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Wallace Tower, Ayr One hundred and thirteen feet high Neo-Gothic tower in High Street, Ayr. Statue of Sir William Wallace by local self-taught sculptor, Sir James Thom.
The original tower was owned by the Cathcarts of Corbieston, but was acquired by the Town Council in 1673.
It is not known how it came to be called the Wallace Tower. In 1834 the first tower was replaced by the present Gothic one.
William Wallace (c1270 - 1305) is one of Scotland's greatest national heroes, undisputed leader of the Scottish resistance forces during the 13th century in the struggle to free Scotland from English rule.
Wellington School, Ayr The school consists of three impressive turreted B Listed buildings, which are situated in a unique seafront location within a quiet residential part of the town of Ayr.
Westin Turnberry Hotel, Turnberry 1906: Turnberry hotel and railway station is opened, creating the first golfing resort of it's kind.
Turnberry is a modern golf and leisure resort, luxury accommodation lodgings and great golf on its Ailsa and Kintyre courses.

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