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A collection of images about Scarborough Castle.
The entire west wall of Scarborough Castle's keep, as viewed from the barbican gateway, was destroyed in 1645 by artillery bombardment during the English Civil War.
(CC) Image: John Stephenson
The entire west wall of Scarborough Castle's keep, as viewed from the barbican gateway, was destroyed in 1645 by artillery bombardment during the English Civil War.
A well lies within the inner bailey of the castle grounds; view towards the town's North Bay.
(CC) Image: Dongyi Liu
A well lies within the inner bailey of the castle grounds; view towards the town's North Bay.
The barbican, or main gateway, today, close to a stone archway. The view is towards Scarborough's North Bay.
(CC) Image: Dongyi Liu
The barbican, or main gateway, today, close to a stone archway. The view is towards Scarborough's North Bay.
The barbican today; the gateway was completed in the fourteenth century.
(CC) Image: John Stephenson
The barbican today; the gateway was completed in the fourteenth century.
The eighteenth-century Master Gunner's House now houses a museum and café.
(CC) Image: James Stringer
The eighteenth-century Master Gunner's House now houses a museum and café.
Scarborough's South Bay on a summer's day.
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Scarborough's South Bay on a summer's day.
Roman soldiers were stationed on the site of the castle centuries before the first stone foundations were laid. Today, occasional Roman infantry re-enactments take place in the castle grounds.
(CC) Image: David Friel
Roman soldiers were stationed on the site of the castle centuries before the first stone foundations were laid. Today, occasional Roman infantry re-enactments take place in the castle grounds.
Scarborough's Old Town and many of its attractions cluster around the castle.
(CC) Image: John Stephenson
Scarborough's Old Town and many of its attractions cluster around the castle.
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