Falkland Palace marched back in time at the weekend.
Three hundred years on from their raid on the historic palace, Rob Roy MacGregor and his Jacobites once again staged their brutal attack on what is now a National Trust for Scotland property.
As the clock was rolled back, visitors to the Fife palace enjoyed the authentic sights and sounds of 1715 and explored a living history camp to witness first hand the tactical nuances of the battle between the Jacobites and Redcoat government troops.
Meanwhile, the palace grounds turned into a battlefield for re-enactors.
The Earl of Loudoun’s Regiment of Foot, who have appeared in various TV productions for the likes of the BBC and Discovery Channel, and Battle of Prestonpans Heritage brought to vivid life the story of the attack on the palace three centuries ago in 1715.Photo gallery:Jacobite re-enactment at Falkland PalaceWendy Purvis, who is the property manager at Falkland Palace and Gardens, said everyone had been delighted to welcome a historical re-enactment for the 300th anniversary of the raid.
During the 1715 Jacobite uprising, Scottish folk legend Rob Roy was used to raise the MacGregors in Aberdeenshire, and he also acted as guide to the Jacobite army as it marched from Perth towards Stirling in November 1715.
This culminated in the Battle of Sheriffmuir in which a much smaller government army under the Duke of Argyll prevented the Jacobites from reaching the Lowlands.
For his part in the uprising, Rob Roy emerged with a price on his head for treason.