Stirling Castle is one of Scotland’s most famous historical sites and one that featured prominently in Scottish history. Associated particularly with the Stewart kings, its chequered history is inter-woven with details on the architectural changes made to the buildings through time. The withdrawl of the army from the castle in 1964 paved the way for a major campaign of conservation and restoration which forms the focus of this publication. A series of experts involved in this campaign report on the work carried out and reveal hidden details on this important building.
CBA Research Report 130