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NameCody Young
Date2017-08-09
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MessageIt is a remarkable place


NameDee
Date2017-08-02
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MessageI was just there on July 30, 2017 taking photos with permission from the head of the Masonic chaper that owns Dundas Castle. They are trying to raise money and awareness to rebuild this magnificent place, and possibly use it as a bed & breakfast. They are open to ideas and help to make this happen...
It's outer construction is still great and the slate roof is holding up well, the interior is empty and of course vandalism has made a mess of the walls. but to look at it from the outside... it really hasn't changed much.
I grew up in Roscoe and have been familiar with this place for many years. I still loved visiting it even last weekend. smilie smilie
If people would stop tresspassing and ruining it, I think they would be happy to allow people there by invitation.
If you have any ideas that can help them bring this place back to life... they'd love to hear about it


NameBarry Koch
Date2017-08-01
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Messageit appears the caretakers aren't doing there job very well.


NameJames Ryan
Date2017-07-24
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MessageI am now a resident of Washington D.C. but I used to live in Monticello, and have driven to roscoe to walk this beautiful castle. I am a huge fan. I have also seen some creepy things inside, and I am very convinced that something, or someone beyond human lived there. Super awesome!



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NameXRumerTest
Date2017-07-06
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MessageHello. And Bye.


Namebufford t
Date2017-07-05
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Messagei took the opportunity to scan some of the information you wrote about Dundas Castle and some of the information you have is incorrect. One for instance is the stone used to build the castle is not field stone. the stone used was stone taken from the Beaverkill River. which was loaded on stone boats and horses were used to pull the stone boats up to the building site. there is a book that contains a lot of information about the castle. Its been a long time since i last looked at the books contents but the information in the book appeared to be authentic. there are also illustrations and pictures which were photocopied. Sadly the pictures weren't the greatest but i recall the photos were taken during the time of horse and carriage days. The location of this book is unknown. i would have to ask around.


NameSusan Gunderson
Date2017-06-23
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MessageThank you for your extensive research on this amazing castle in the forest. I am excited to visit possibly today. smilie


NameXRumerTest
Date2017-06-20
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MessageHello. And Bye.


NameBryan Felter
Date2017-06-06
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Messagei drove by the castle and i was amazed at the splender of this place ,and i so would love to take a walk thru and take some pictures


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