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Newark Castle is situated on the banks of the Trent in Newark town centre and has done so for nearly 900 years. It is where King John died in 1216.
Scotland's influence on the maritime history of the world from the eighteenth century to the modern day has been enormous.
The largest museum in Inverclyde has many wonderful collections for the visitor to discover and explore such as displays on James Watt...
Summerlee, Museum of Scottish Industrial Life is an award-winning industrial museum.
The museum includes many interesting objects, artworks and collections from around the world.
Newark Castle is a well-preserved castle from 1478 sited on the south shore of the estuary of the River Clyde in Port Glasgow.
A Georgian Country House displaying an internationally famous collection including paintings by Blake, Goya and El Greco
Bothwell Castle is a large 13th century castle, situated on a high, steep bank, above a bend in the River Clyde.