Skipton Castle :: Shared Description

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The castle was originally a motte and bailey castle built in 1090 by Robert de Romille. In 1310 Edward II granted the castle to Robert Clifford who was appointed Lord Clifford of Skipton and Guardian of Craven.
During the English Civil War the castle was the only Royalist stronghold in the north of England until December 1645.
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SD9951 : Skipton Castle by N Chadwick
SD9951 : South side of chapel of St John the Evangelist, Skipton Castle by Phil Champion
SD9952 : Wall of Skipton Castle by N Chadwick
SD9951 : The Lord's Dayroom, Skipton Castle by Phil Champion
SD9952 : Skipton Castle by N Chadwick
SD9951 : Interior of Chapel of St John the Evangelist, Skipton Castle by Phil Champion
SD9951 : Heraldic tie on lead downpipe - Conduit Court at Skipton Castle by Phil Champion
SD9952 : Fireplace in the Banqueting Hall, Skipton Castle by Phil Champion
SD9952 : Footpath by Eller Beck by N Chadwick
SD9952 : Windows in the Withdrawing Room, Skipton Castle by Phil Champion
SD9951 : View towards the gatehouse, shop and tearoom, Skipton Castle by Phil Champion
SD9951 : Panoramic view of Skipton Castle by Phil Champion
SD9951 : Steps and Norman doorway at entrance to the Inner Ward, Skipton Castle by Phil Champion
SD9951 : Skipton Castle Gatehouse by N Chadwick
SD9951 : Room in a tower at Skipton Castle by Phil Champion
SD9952 : Skipton Castle by N Chadwick
SD9952 : Skipton Castle by N Chadwick
SD9951 : The Granary, Skipton Castle by Phil Champion
SD9951 : Skipton Castle flies the flag by Stephen Craven
SD9851 : Wall of Skipton Castle by N Chadwick
SD9951 : West end of the Chapel of St John the Evangelist, Skipton Castle by Phil Champion
SD9952 : In the Banqueting Hall at Skipton Castle by Phil Champion
SD9951 : Drum towers and entrance to the Inner Ward, Skipton Castle by Phil Champion
SD9951 : Conduit Court, Skipton Castle by Phil Champion
SD9951 : Windows in the Lord's Dayroom, Skipton Castle by Phil Champion

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Created: Wed, 7 Oct 2015, Updated: Wed, 7 Oct 2015

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