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"Discover the Majestic Fortifications Across the United Kingdom and Europe" Conisbrough Castle J910009

Background imageFortification Collection: Conway Castle, North Wales, 1894. Creator: Unknown

Conway Castle, North Wales, 1894. Creator: Unknown
Conway Castle, North Wales, 1894. From Beautiful Britain; views of our stately homes. [The Werner Company of Chicago, 1894]

Background imageFortification Collection: Warwick Castle, Warwickshire, 1894. Creator: Unknown

Warwick Castle, Warwickshire, 1894. Creator: Unknown
Warwick Castle, Warwickshire, 1894. Situated at a crossing of the River Avon, Warwick was first fortified in c915. William I ordered the castle to be extended in 1086

Background imageFortification Collection: Beeston Castle, Cheshire, 1894. Creator: Unknown

Beeston Castle, Cheshire, 1894. Creator: Unknown
Beeston Castle, Cheshire, 1894. Former royal castle built in the 1220s and sited majestically on a rocky sandstone crag. From Beautiful Britain; views of our stately homes

Background imageFortification Collection: Ripley Castle, Yorkshire, 1894. Creator: Unknown

Ripley Castle, Yorkshire, 1894. Creator: Unknown
Ripley Castle, Yorkshire, 1894. The castle dates from the 15th century. From Beautiful Britain; views of our stately homes. [The Werner Company of Chicago, 1894]

Background imageFortification Collection: Arundel Castle, Sussex, 1894. Creator: Unknown

Arundel Castle, Sussex, 1894. Creator: Unknown
Arundel Castle, Sussex, 1894. Arundel Castle dating from the 11th century. From Beautiful Britain; views of our stately homes. [The Werner Company of Chicago, 1894]

Background imageFortification Collection: Harlech Castle, Merionethshire, Wales, 1894. Creator: Unknown

Harlech Castle, Merionethshire, Wales, 1894. Creator: Unknown
Harlech Castle, Merionethshire, Wales, 1894. Castle dating back to the 13th century, built on a spur of rock close to the Irish Sea. From Beautiful Britain; views of our stately homes

Background imageFortification Collection: Walmer Castle, Kent, 1894. Creator: Unknown

Walmer Castle, Kent, 1894. Creator: Unknown
Walmer Castle, Kent, 1894. Built during the reign of King Henry VIII, Walmer Castle is the official residence of the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports

Background imageFortification Collection: Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, 1894. Creator: Unknown

Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, 1894. Creator: Unknown
Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, 1894. The Castle was built of brick c1445 by Sir Roger Fiennes. It was largely dismantled in 1777

Background imageFortification Collection: Richmond Castle, North Yorkshire, 1894. Creator: Unknown

Richmond Castle, North Yorkshire, 1894. Creator: Unknown
Richmond Castle, North Yorkshire, 1894. The Norman castle at Richmond is dramatically sited above the town and the River Swale. From Beautiful Britain; views of our stately homes

Background imageFortification Collection: Braemar Castle, Aberdeenshire, 1894. Creator: Unknown

Braemar Castle, Aberdeenshire, 1894. Creator: Unknown
Braemar Castle, Aberdeenshire, 1894. The construction of Braemar Castle was begun by John Erskine, 7th Earl of Mar, in 1628. It was attacked and burned in 1689, killing Erskine

Background imageFortification Collection: Lismore Castle, County Waterford, Ireland, 1894. Creator: Unknown

Lismore Castle, County Waterford, Ireland, 1894. Creator: Unknown
Lismore Castle, County Waterford, Ireland, 1894. Originally built as the sister castle to Ardfinnan Castle in 1185 to guard the river crossing, the castle site was occupied by Lismore Abbey

Background imageFortification Collection: Bolton Castle, Wensleydale, North Yorkshire, 1894. Creator: Unknown

Bolton Castle, Wensleydale, North Yorkshire, 1894. Creator: Unknown
Bolton Castle, Wensleydale, North Yorkshire, 1894. Bolton Castle was built in the late 14th century by Richard le Scrope, a prominent soldier and courtier during the reign of Richard II

Background imageFortification Collection: Mount Edgcumbe Folly, Plymouth, Cornwall, 1894. Creator: Unknown

Mount Edgcumbe Folly, Plymouth, Cornwall, 1894. Creator: Unknown
Mount Edgcumbe Folly, Plymouth, Cornwall, 1894. The folly overlooking Plymouth Sound was built as a deliberately ruined stone tower in 1747. From Beautiful Britain; views of our stately homes

Background imageFortification Collection: Charles Bridge, Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Charles Bridge, Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral, Prague, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bohemia, Czech Republic, Europe

Background imageFortification Collection: Borgo Medievale fortress, Parco del Valentino, Turin, Piedmont, Italy, Europe

Borgo Medievale fortress, Parco del Valentino, Turin, Piedmont, Italy, Europe

Background imageFortification Collection: Cuba, Havana. Fortress wall and Cuban flag at San Carlos de la Cabana fortress in

Cuba, Havana. Fortress wall and Cuban flag at San Carlos de la Cabana fortress in the Parque Historico Militar Morro Cabana, El Morro Castle

Background imageFortification Collection: The White Tower, 1908

The White Tower, 1908. From Early London - Prehistoric, Roman, Saxon and Norman, by Sir Walter Besant. [Adam & Charles Black, London, 1908]

Background imageFortification Collection: St. Johns Chapel, Tower of London, Norman Architecture, 1908

St. Johns Chapel, Tower of London, Norman Architecture, 1908. From Early London - Prehistoric, Roman, Saxon and Norman, by Sir Walter Besant. [Adam & Charles Black, London, 1908]

Background imageFortification Collection: Anglo-Saxon Warriors Approaching a Fort, 1908

Anglo-Saxon Warriors Approaching a Fort, 1908. From Early London - Prehistoric, Roman, Saxon and Norman, by Sir Walter Besant. [Adam & Charles Black, London, 1908]

Background imageFortification Collection: Orford Castle, Suffolk. (From Mr. Cautleys plan), (1931)

Orford Castle, Suffolk. (From Mr. Cautleys plan), (1931). Illustration from A History of Everyday Things in England - Done in two parts of which this is the first - 1066-1499, by Marjorie and C. D

Background imageFortification Collection: Birds Eye View of Castle Hedingham, Essex (Partial Reconstruction. ), (1931)

Birds Eye View of Castle Hedingham, Essex (Partial Reconstruction. ), (1931)
Birds Eye View of Castle Hedingham, Essex (Partial Reconstruction.), (1931). Hedingham Castle in Essex is one of the best preserved Norman keeps in England. The keep was built c1140

Background imageFortification Collection: Alfreds Last War - Third Phase, 893. April to (?) June, (1935)

Alfreds Last War - Third Phase, 893. April to (?) June, (1935). Map of the south-east of England, showing Burhs (Old English fortifications) of the Anglo-Saxon King Alfred the Great, Danish forts

Background imageFortification Collection: The Grand Reception Room, Windsor Castle, 1912, (1939)

The Grand Reception Room, Windsor Castle, 1912, (1939). State room in the royal familys residence at Windsor, outside London. From A History of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, by Henry D. Roberts

Background imageFortification Collection: Corfe Village, 1929

Corfe Village, 1929. The village of Corfe Castle, showing castle ruins. From Bournemouth: The centre of health and sunshine, a booklet promoting tourism in the Bournemouth area. [Published in 1929]

Background imageFortification Collection: Alfreds Last War - Opening Phases. From about October 892-March 893, (1935)

Alfreds Last War - Opening Phases. From about October 892-March 893, (1935). Map of the south-east of England, showing Burhs (Old English fortifications) of the Anglo-Saxon King Alfred the Great

Background imageFortification Collection: St. Jamess Palace, 1886

St. Jamess Palace, 1886. St Jamess Palace in the City of Westminster, is the London residence of several members of the royal family. From The Magazine of Art. [Cassell & Company, London, 1886]

Background imageFortification Collection: Rochester, from Strood, 1886

Rochester, from Strood, 1886. Sailing ships on the River Medway in Kent, with Rochester Castle in the distance. From The Magazine of Art. [Cassell & Company, London, 1886]

Background imageFortification Collection: Exterior of Caernarvon Castle, North Wales, (1931). Artist: Charles Henry Bourne Quennell

Exterior of Caernarvon Castle, North Wales, (1931). Artist: Charles Henry Bourne Quennell
Exterior of Caernarvon Castle, North Wales, (1931). Caernarfon (Caernarvon) Castle, one of the iron ring surrounding Snowdonia

Background imageFortification Collection: Celebration of the Royal Marriage - The Choir of St. Georges Chapel. 10 March 1863

Celebration of the Royal Marriage - The Choir of St. Georges Chapel. 10 March 1863. Marriage of the Prince of Wales (the future King Edward VII) and Princess Alexandra (future Queen Alexandra)

Background imageFortification Collection: Dunnington Castle, Berks. late 18th century

Dunnington Castle, Berks. late 18th century. Ground plan of Donnington Castle in Berkshire, (here spelled Dunnington Castle) in the small village of Donnington, near Newbury

Background imageFortification Collection: Plan of Penrith Castle, Cumberland, late 18th century

Plan of Penrith Castle, Cumberland, late 18th century. The castle in Penrith, Cumbria, was built between 1399 and 1470 as a defence against Scottish raids from the north. Published by Alexander Hogg

Background imageFortification Collection: Lewes Castle, in Sussex. late 18th century

Lewes Castle, in Sussex. late 18th century. Lewes Castle in East Sussex was built in 1087 by William de Warenne, brother-in-law of William the Conqueror and 1st Earl of Surrey

Background imageFortification Collection: Plan of Raby Castle, in Durham. late 18th century. Artist: Thornton

Plan of Raby Castle, in Durham. late 18th century. Artist: Thornton
Plan of Raby Castle, in Durham. late 18th century. Plan of the medieval castle near Staindrop in County Durham, built by John Neville, 3rd Baron Neville de Raby, between approximately 1367 and 1390

Background imageFortification Collection: Mount Wise Fort, Plymouth Dock. 1780. Artist: Benjamin Thomas Pouncy

Mount Wise Fort, Plymouth Dock. 1780. Artist: Benjamin Thomas Pouncy
Mount Wise Fort, Plymouth Dock. 1780. View of the Fort of Mount Wise in Devon. The mansion house known as Mount Wise was built by Sir Thomas Wise (c1576-1630)

Background imageFortification Collection: View of the Castle and Bridge of Haverford West in Pembrokeshire. late 18th century

View of the Castle and Bridge of Haverford West in Pembrokeshire. late 18th century
View of the Castle and Bridge of Haverford West in Pembrokeshire, South Wales. late 18th century. The castle was founded by Takard (or Tankred), in c1110

Background imageFortification Collection: Penshurst, Kent

Penshurst, Kent. Penshurst Place is a historic building near Tonbridge, Kent, and was the birthplace of the great Elizabethan poet, courtier and soldier, Sir Philip Sidney

Background imageFortification Collection: The North East View of the Queens Palace at Windsor. 1780

The North East View of the Queens Palace at Windsor. 1780. View of part of Windsor Castle. From The London Magazine, January 1780

Background imageFortification Collection: View of Baynards Castle. late 18th century. Artist: Wooding

View of Baynards Castle. late 18th century. Artist: Wooding
View of Baynards Castle. late 18th century. Baynards Castle refers to buildings on two neighbouring sites fronting the River Thames in the City of London

Background imageFortification Collection: Stirling Castle, Stirlingshire, 19th century. Artist:s Leith

Stirling Castle, Stirlingshire, 19th century. Artist:s Leith
Stirling Castle, Stirlingshire, 19th century. Situated on top of a volcanic outcrop known as Castle Rock, Stirling Castle is one of the largest castles in Scotland

Background imageFortification Collection: Plan of Carlisle Castle, Cumberland, late 18th century

Plan of Carlisle Castle, Cumberland, late 18th century. Norman motte and bailey castle in Cumbria, near the ruins of Hadrians Wall

Background imageFortification Collection: Warwick Castle, in Warwickshire. late 18th century. Artist: Thornton

Warwick Castle, in Warwickshire. late 18th century. Artist: Thornton
Warwick Castle, in Warwickshire. late 18th century. Plan of the castle which was first fortified in c915. William I ordered the castle to be extended in 1086

Background imageFortification Collection: Plan of Flint Castle in Flintshire. c1800

Plan of Flint Castle in Flintshire. c1800. Flint Castle, on the north-east coast of Wales, dates from 1277. Its single Donjon tower, (bottom right), isolated from the rest of the inner ward

Background imageFortification Collection: South view of the Earl of Darlingtons stables, Raby Castle, County Durham, 1798

South view of the Earl of Darlingtons stables, Raby Castle, County Durham, 1798. Stables and coach house. Published by J Wheble in 1798

Background imageFortification Collection: Lismore Castle, Ireland, c1850s. Artist: Orrin Smith

Lismore Castle, Ireland, c1850s. Artist: Orrin Smith
Lismore Castle, Ireland, c1850s. Originally built as the sister castle to Ardfinnan Castle in 1185 to guard the river crossing, the castle site was occupied by Lismore Abbey

Background imageFortification Collection: Caister Castle, near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, c1840. Artist: Newman & Co

Caister Castle, near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, c1840. Artist: Newman & Co
Caister Castle, near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, c1840. Caister Castle is a 15th-century moated castle situated in the parish of West Caister

Background imageFortification Collection: Caverswall Castle, Staffordshire, 1845. Artist: WL Walton

Caverswall Castle, Staffordshire, 1845. Artist: WL Walton
Caverswall Castle, Staffordshire, 1845. Early 17th-century English mansion built in a castellar style on the foundations and within the walls of a 13th-century medieval castle

Background imageFortification Collection: Greystoke Castle, 1778. Artist: William Byrne

Greystoke Castle, 1778. Artist: William Byrne
Greystoke Castle, 1778. Greystoke Castle near Penrith in Cumbria dates back to the 11th century. During the Civil War the castle was laid waste by Parliamentarians but was enlarged and altered in 1789

Background imageFortification Collection: The Northumberland Fusiliers. Storming the ramparts of San Vincente, 1812, (1939)

The Northumberland Fusiliers. Storming the ramparts of San Vincente, 1812, (1939). British forces climbing the fortress of San Vincente in Spain during the Battle of Badajoz, 6 April 1812




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"Discover the Majestic Fortifications Across the United Kingdom and Europe" Conisbrough Castle J910009: Step back in time as you explore the formidable walls of Conisbrough Castle, a symbol of strength and power. Barnard Castle J860320: Marvel at the strategic location of Barnard Castle, perched high above the River Tees, offering unparalleled views and protection. Portchester Castle K991184: Immerse yourself in history at Portchester Castle, where Roman fortifications blend seamlessly with medieval architecture. Nunney Castle N061017: Admire the charming ruins of Nunney Castle, a small but mighty fortress nestled amidst picturesque surroundings. Iron-age British Camp hill fort and Malvern Hills in autumn, Great Malvern, Worcestershire: Witness nature's beauty while exploring an ancient hill fort on the stunning Malvern Hills during autumnal splendor. Dunnottar Castle outside Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, Scotland: Experience awe-inspiring coastal vistas from Dunnottar Castle's dramatic cliff-top perch - a true testament to Scotland's rich heritage. Roman latrine J000112: Uncover fascinating insights into daily life within Roman forts as you visit this well-preserved latrine - a unique glimpse into ancient hygiene practices. Steam train on Swanage Railway near Corfe Castle, Dorset: Travel back in time aboard a steam train through picturesque countryside to reach Corfe Castle - an enchanting journey filled with nostalgia. Carreg Cennen Castle near Llandeilo, Brecon Beacons National Park, Carmarthenshire: Be captivated by Carreg Cennen castle's rugged beauty as it stands proudly atop a limestone crag amidst breathtaking Welsh landscapes. Bamburgh Castle K021974: Behold one of Northumberland's most iconic landmarks - Bamburgh Castle, an imposing fortress overlooking the stunning North Sea coastline.