Dallick (site of)
There is a reference to an “old castle” here in antiquarian notes from 1783, the last stones of which were removed in that year to build a nearby bridge over the River Almond.
The castle stood at the north-west corner of an earthwork on a hill named Tom-nam-brach and was said to be around 60 yards (55 metres) in circumference, perhaps suggesting a round shape (and so by extension possibly referring to a broch rather than a castle, the term “old castle” being applied to both in antiquity).
A castle is marked here on Pont’s 16th century map of South Strathearn.
Nothing is now visible at the site.