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Dykeraw Tower
NT 628-090 Roxburghshire Scotland

Dykeraw TowerDykeraw Tower is possibly a 15th century rectangular stone tower house, held by the Oliver family. Constructed of large roughly coursed stones, the tower of 'Dyker' was burned by English troops under Sir John Ratclif in 1513. Only a part of the south-west gable stands to any height and there are no features in the remains to indicate its date. On the south-west side of the tower, are the shapeless remains of a later building or wing. 3 miles north is Kilnsike Tower.


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Dykeraw Tower is located south of Chesters, off the A6088. 8 miles south of Jedburgh, on the A68-A6088.

The site is visible from the road.

Car parking is by the side of the road.


Dykeraw Tower pictures and large castle map
Dykeraw Tower Picture 1Dykeraw Tower Picture 2Castle Map of the Area

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