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In 1888 Sir William Arrol M.P., the engineer who constructed the Clyde, Tay (No. 2) and Forth Bridges, had a magnificent mansion with a four-storey Italianate tower and large conservatory built as his home at the Seafield estate. Seafield House later became a maternity and children's hospital and has closed since the opening of the new Ayr Hospital.
- Friends of Seafield House, information about Seafield House and the campaign to save it.
- About Ayr - About Ayr, South Ayrshire Council website information about Ayr
- South Ayrshire Council - South Ayrshire Council's website contains comprehensive information about the services provided by the Council
- The SYSTEM:Seafield Hospital - Some (post closure) pictures from Seafield Hospital
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