The Buchanan Society
The Buchanan Society

The Place of Buchanan

The ancient Place of Buchanan stood until 1850, when it was burnt down.  It stood about a mile South East of the village of Buchanan, which is situated close to the Eastern shore of Loch Lomond in Western Stirlingshire.  The first Laird recorded in the archives was Alan de Buchanan in 1274.

The Buchanan Castle Golf Club contains part of the ancient remains of the Place of Buchanan.

Drawing of the Place of Buchanan by Peter Buchanan of Newcastle

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The Buchanan Society

c/o Mr. Ian D. Buchanan

The Secretary

16 Ribblesdale

East Kilbride

G74 4QN

Scotland

UK

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