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Calshot Castle engraving N070778 Featured Castles of the South East Print

Calshot Castle engraving N070778

CALSHOT CASTLE, Hampshire. South view of Calshot Castle in Hampshire by Samuel and Nathaniel Buck (1739). This is one of the Henry VIII device forts on the Solent, protecting the mouth of Southampton Water

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Artillery, Coast, Defence, Engraving, Fortification, Tudor

Tower of London BB85_02174_a Featured Castles of the South East Print

Tower of London BB85_02174_a

TOWER OF LONDON, London. A view of the western approach to the Tower, including the two gatehouses Middle Tower and Byward Tower, both built by Edward I in the late 13th century. Sentries are on guard by the gate through the fence. Photographed in 1868 by J Davis Burton

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Defence, Fortification, Victorian

Donkey in the Well House, Carisbrooke Castle OP06136 Featured Castles of the South East Print

Donkey in the Well House, Carisbrooke Castle OP06136

CARISBROOKE CASTLE, Isle of Wight. Jacob the donkey in the well house's sixteenth century tread wheel at Carisbrooke Castle, with the well shaft in the foreground. The donkeys at Carisbrooke Castle are always given names beginning with J'. When Charles I wrote letters or was planning his escape route whilst a prisoner at Carisbrooke, he always signed his letters with a J'. So, for 150 years, all the donkeys at the castle have had a name beginning with J'. Photographed by F. N. Broderick. Date range:1850-1900

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