Bruce's Stone, Loch Trool

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King Robert Bruce, known to posterity as “Robert the Bruce”, vanquished the English forces at Bannockburn in 1314 and restored independence to Scotland. During Robert’s long campaign there were several battles in the vicinity of Newton Stewart, including one at Glen Trool (10 miles from the town) commemorated on the memorial shown on the left. Apart from its historical interest, this memorial sits in a spectacular location overlooking the loch, woodlands and surrounding hills.

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