Town Walls, Sandwich :: Shared Description

The defences of Sandwich were a wall on the N and W sides and a rampart on the remainder. They were built some time after 1384/5 and renewed in the time of Edward IV. The wall and the Fisher Gate are scheduled. The two gates still standing are the Barbican and Fisher Gate. The latter, according to a plaque, was built circa 1384.
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by N Chadwick
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TR3357 : Town moat by N Chadwick
TR3257 : Town moat, Sandwich by N Chadwick
TR3357 : Sandwich Town Walls by N Chadwick
TR3357 : Footpath, Sandwich Town Walls by N Chadwick
TR3257 : The Rope Walk by N Chadwick
TR3257 : Bench with a view by N Chadwick
TR3358 : Moat, Sandwich Walls by N Chadwick
TR3357 : Saxon Shore Way, Sandwich Town Walls by N Chadwick
TR3257 : Town wall, The Rope Walk by N Chadwick
TR3257 : The Rope Walk by N Chadwick
TR3357 : Saxon Shore Way, Sandwich Town Walls by N Chadwick
TR3357 : Moat and rampart by N Chadwick
TR3358 : Sandown Bridge by N Chadwick
TR3358 : Sandwich Town Walls by N Chadwick
TR3357 : Moat, Sandwich Town Walls by N Chadwick
TR3357 : Saxon Shore Wall along the town walls by N Chadwick


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Created: Tue, 3 Jul 2012, Updated: Tue, 3 Jul 2012

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