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Tullibardine Chapel

Set just off the A9 near Auchterader (Perth/Kinross), Tullibardine Chapel is one of the few Scottish churches that survived the Reformation of 1560 largely unaltered.

It was built by Sir David Murray of Tullibardine (ancestor of the earls of Atholl) and his wife, Margaret Colquhoun probablt to a simple rectangular design not far from their home of Tullibardine Castle.

The chapel served as the private church of the Murrays as a family chapel and mausoleum until the Protestant Reformation of 1560. It remained the familyís burial place into the 1900s.


Its setting, among a neat graveyard in a wooded area, is similar to how it appears in a map in the 1590s.


Sir Andrew Murray (grandson) enlarged the chapel in about 1500, adding a squat bell tower and transepts to the north and south, giving the church a cross-shaped layout which exists today.


The church roof is mostly late medieval.


Masonsí marks and the Murray family coats of arms around the interior.


Niches for statues and aumbries (minus their contents)
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Re: Tullibardine Chapel

Interesting, with nice shots.
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