printed on Giclée Epson Semi-Gloss
Castle Tioram (Scottish Gaelic - Caisteal Tioram -meaning ‘dry castle’ and pronounced ‘cheerum’) sits on a tidal island, Eilean Tioram, in Loch Moidart, Lochaber, Scotland. It is believed to have been the principle seat of Clann Rhuiadri and dates back to at least the 14th Century if not before. Though it now carries the status of scheduled monument it is in a somewhat ruinous state and any access to the interior has been closed off. In fact the whole immediate vicinity of the castle cannot really be considered safe. Nevertheless, it is a wonderful part of the Scottish historical heritage and should be cherished as such. It is well worthy of serious restoration and this print sets it against its picturesque surroundings.