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Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Wroxeter Roman City J900275

Wroxeter Roman City J900275
WROXETER ROMAN CITY, Shropshire. View across the site to the north wall of the Frigidarium

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Wroxeter Roman City J840226

Wroxeter Roman City J840226
WROXETER ROMAN CITY, Shropshire. View across the site to the north wall of the Frigidarium

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Mount Grace Priory K021701

Mount Grace Priory K021701
MOUNT GRACE PRIORY, Northallerton, North Yorkshire. View of the Manor House at Mount Grace Priory from the north west with the garden pond in the foreground

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Minster Lovell Hall CC57_00582

Minster Lovell Hall CC57_00582
MINSTER LOVELL HALL, Minster Lovell, Oxfordshire. A distant view of the ruined hall, formerly one of the great aristocratic houses of the county near the River Windrush

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Kirkham Priory N110102

Kirkham Priory N110102
KIRKHAM PRIORY, North Yorkshire. View looking down side of church across to the cloister West range

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Kirkham Priory N110099

Kirkham Priory N110099
KIRKHAM PRIORY, North Yorkshire. View from the East end looking West down the length of the church

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Kirkham Priory N110095

Kirkham Priory N110095
KIRKHAM PRIORY, North Yorkshire. Detail of the window tracery on the surviving block of the East end of the Church

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Kirkham Priory N110094

Kirkham Priory N110094
KIRKHAM PRIORY, North Yorkshire. View of the surviving block of the East end of the Church

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Minster Lovell Hall CC73_01313

Minster Lovell Hall CC73_01313
MINSTER LOVELL HALL, Minster Lovell, Oxfordshire. The ruins of the former medieval manor house from the ford, built in c.1431-42 by the 7th Lord Lovell incorporating an earlier building

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Coventry Cathedral a98_04961

Coventry Cathedral a98_04961
COVENTRY CATHEDRAL, Coventry, West Midlands. The spire of the ruined medieval Coventry Cathedral from Pepper Lane. Photographed by Eric de Mare between 1960 and 1969

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Brough Castle N081131

Brough Castle N081131
BROUGH CASTLE, Cumbria. View from the South

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Brough Castle K981524

Brough Castle K981524
BROUGH CASTLE, Cumbria. Cliffords Tower and the remains of the east curtain wall

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Brough Castle J870654

Brough Castle J870654
BROUGH CASTLE, Cumbria, General view of the keep and stables

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Croxden Abbey K021367

Croxden Abbey K021367
CROXDEN ABBEY, Staffordshire. View of the South transept and the chapter house from the South East

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Ashby de la Zouch Castle N070093

Ashby de la Zouch Castle N070093
ASHBY DE LA ZOUCH CASTLE, Leicestershire. Aerial view

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Ashby de la Zouch Castle J860243

Ashby de la Zouch Castle J860243
ASHBY DE LA ZOUCH CASTLE, Leicestershire. General view with sunshine

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: St Alphage Church & St Alphage House FF003407

St Alphage Church & St Alphage House FF003407
The ruins of St Alphage Church with the newly built St Alphage House tower block in the background, part of the ambitious post-war renewal of London Wall. Photographed by John Gay, c.1962

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Okehampton Castle K981571

Okehampton Castle K981571
OKEHAMPTON CASTLE, Devon. Steps leading up to the barbican or outer gatehouse. Constructed as part of the castles major rebuilding in around 1300

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Thornton Abbey J930090

Thornton Abbey J930090
THORNTON ABBEY, North Lincolnshire. Remains of the octagonal Chapter House as seen from the East, with the Gatehouse beyond

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: White Ladies Priory N100408

White Ladies Priory N100408
WHITE LADIES PRIORY, Shropshire. View from the south east looking towards the north wall of the Presbytery and Nave. Ruins of the late 12th century church of a small nunnery of white ladies or

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Hardknott Roman Fort K960594

Hardknott Roman Fort K960594
HARDKNOTT ROMAN FORT, Cumbria. View of the walls

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: King Charles Castle, Tresco, Isles of Scilly N090217

King Charles Castle, Tresco, Isles of Scilly N090217
KING CHARLESs CASTLE, Tresco, Isles of Scilly. View showing a room found on the East side of the castle. The ruins of a mid 16th century coastal artillery fort, later garrisoned, hence the name

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: King Charles Castle, Tresco, Isles of Scilly N090216

King Charles Castle, Tresco, Isles of Scilly N090216
KING CHARLESs CASTLE, Tresco, Isles of Scilly. View of the castle from the North West. The ruins of a mid 16th century coastal artillery fort, later garrisoned, hence the name, by Civil War Royalists

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: King Charles Castle, Tresco, Isles of Scilly N090215

King Charles Castle, Tresco, Isles of Scilly N090215
KING CHARLESs CASTLE, Tresco, Isles of Scilly. Detail of a window found on the North West side of the castle. The ruins of a mid 16th century coastal artillery fort, later garrisoned, hence the name

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: King Charles Castle, Tresco, Isles of Scilly N090213

King Charles Castle, Tresco, Isles of Scilly N090213
KING CHARLESs CASTLE, Tresco, Isles of Scilly. View of the castle from the South. The ruins of a mid 16th century coastal artillery fort, later garrisoned, hence the name, by Civil War Royalists

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Tintagel Castle N090601

Tintagel Castle N090601
TINTAGEL CASTLE, Cornwall. The Dark Age houses, northern ruins at sunset

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Tintagel Castle N090600

Tintagel Castle N090600
TINTAGEL CASTLE, Cornwall. The Dark Age houses, northern ruins at sunset

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Tynemouth Priory J920826

Tynemouth Priory J920826
TYNEMOUTH PRIORY, Tyne and Wear. View from the South side of the Church, looking over the Cloister and Dining Hall

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Tynemouth Priory J920779

Tynemouth Priory J920779
TYNEMOUTH PRIORY, Tyne and Wear. The Presbytery and Percy Chantry from the North

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Rievaulx Abbey N100124

Rievaulx Abbey N100124
RIEVAULX ABBEY, North Yorkshire. Footprints in the snow lead the way towards the church and presbytery

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Sawley Abbey N100171

Sawley Abbey N100171
SAWLEY ABBEY, Lancashire. The abbey church

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Sawley Abbey N100168

Sawley Abbey N100168
SAWLEY ABBEY, Lancashire. The monks reredorter

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Sawley Abbey N100167

Sawley Abbey N100167
SAWLEY ABBEY, Lancashire. General view across the cloister

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Sawley Abbey N100165

Sawley Abbey N100165
SAWLEY ABBEY, Lancashire. General view with remains of the Refectory in the foreground

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Helmsley Castle N100097

Helmsley Castle N100097
HELMSLEY CASTLE, North Yorkshire. View of the castle showing the ruins in its rural setting

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Penrith Castle K031147

Penrith Castle K031147
PENRITH CASTLE, Cumbria. Building work began at the end of the 14th century by Ralph Neville, who played a key role in defending this area against the Scots

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Whitby Abbey K100006

Whitby Abbey K100006
WHITBY ABBEY, North Yorkshire. View from St Marys Church towards the abbey. Hazy sunshine

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Gisborough Priory K100003

Gisborough Priory K100003
GISBOROUGH PRIORY, Guisborough, Redcar and Cleveland. View across the Gunnera foliage looking towards the 14th century churchs east end

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Old Wardour Castle N090397

Old Wardour Castle N090397
OLD WARDOUR CASTLE, Wiltshire. General view with cows. Built in the late 14th century by John Lord Lovel, updated by the Arundell family after c.1570

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Old Wardour Castle N080981

Old Wardour Castle N080981
OLD WARDOUR CASTLE, Wiltshire. General view from the north. Built in the late 14th century by John Lord Lovel, updated by the Arundell family after c.1570

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Sherborne Old Castle K000842

Sherborne Old Castle K000842
SHERBORNE OLD CASTLE, Dorset. General view of the Great Tower and domestic ranges from the west

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Hadrians Wall: Housesteads Fort K060328

Hadrians Wall: Housesteads Fort K060328
HADRIANs WALL: HOUSESTEADS FORT, Northumberland. View from the North Gate showing the wall stretching off into the distance. hadrian

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Finchale Priory J910293

Finchale Priory J910293
FINCHALE PRIORY, Durham. View from accross the River Wear

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Hardwick Old Hall N090333

Hardwick Old Hall N090333
HARDWICK OLD HALL, Derbyshire. View of the south front showing the conduit house on the left

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Herstmonceux Castle CC000352

Herstmonceux Castle CC000352
Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex. The ivy-clad entrance gatehouse. Herstmonceux Castle was built of brick circa 1445 by Sir Roger Fiennes

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Belsay Castle N090295

Belsay Castle N090295
BELSAY HALL, CASTLE & GARDENS, Northumberland. View through the trees towards the castle showing the tower and the ruins of a later domestic building

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Byland Abbey K990170

Byland Abbey K990170
BYLAND ABBEY, North Yorkshire. View towards west front of the ruined church in the snow

Background imageRomantic Ruins Collection: Kenilworth Castle c. 1870 BB75_06911

Kenilworth Castle c. 1870 BB75_06911
KENILWORTH CASTLE, Warwickshire. Victorian visitors c. 1870. View looking North West towards Leicesters Building and the Keep




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