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English: Coylton is a village in South Ayrshire, Scotland. It is located west of Drongan, on the A70 road. Sundrum Castle Holiday Park is located to the west of the village, in the grounds of Sundrum Castle, which partly dates to the 13th century. A secret passage from the Castle was discovered during renovations and lead through its grounds to the waterfall, however it was sealed as considered too dangerous. A rocking stone stands on top of the Craigs of Kyle near Coylton. It weighs around 30 tons and rest upon two stones. A large standing stone known as Wallace's Stone stands nearby. Professional footballers George Getgood (1892–1970) and David Affleck (1912–1984) were born in Coylton. The village was comprised of three villages being Joppa, Hillhead and Low Coylton.
Gàidhlig: 'S e baile ann an Comhairle Shiorrachd Àir a Deas a tha ann an Coylton. Tha e suidhichte mu 5 mìltean air àird an ear Inbhir Àir agus 2.5 mìltean (4.0 km) iar air Drongan faisg air an A70. 'S e seo na co-chomharran aige: 55° 26′ 36.29″ Tuath agus 4° 31′ 5.95″ Iar.
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Media in category "Coylton"
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- Coylton old cemetery.jpg 1.42 MB
- Loch Fergus and the island.jpg 1.29 MB
- Loch Fergus Burn.jpg 1.95 MB
- Loch Fergus lane.jpg 1.31 MB
- Loch Fergus woodlands.jpg 1.37 MB
- Loch Fergus, northern end.jpg 1.32 MB
- Loch of Fergus, looking west.jpg 1.26 MB
- Loch Snipe from the north.jpg 1.59 MB
- Loch Snipe inflow.jpg 1.34 MB
- Lower Coylton - Coylton Arms.jpg 1.21 MB
- Millmannoch - Land of Burns.jpg 1.49 MB
- Millmannoch frontage.JPG 3.89 MB
- Millmannoch Lane.JPG 2.39 MB
- Millmannoch Mill interior.JPG 2.26 MB
- Snipe Loch.jpg 1.21 MB
- Trysting Tree - Millmannoch.JPG 1.39 MB