Neil Robertson and David Weinczok Two history-mad bloggers are heading to Lochmaben as part of a nationwide whistlestop Robert the Bruce tour.
Neil Robertson and David Weinczok are bidding to visit as many film and real-life locations connected to the king of Scots in 36 hours – including Lochmaben.
The castle was the seat of the Bruce throne for around 150 years until the fateful murder of John Comyn in Dumfries in 1306, which eventually saw Edward I hand control of the castle to the Earl of Hereford.
Neil and David, who form part of the social media collective Scotlanders, are taking on a challenge set by VisitScotland to celebrate the release of Outlaw King on Netflix.
They start at 10am tomorrow, working their way through sites including Bannockburn, Glasgow Cathedral, Scone Palace and Dunfermline Abbey, the king’s resting place.