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Barnard Castle

Barnard Castle is set on a high rock above the River Tees on the fringe of the market town which shares its name.

Now in the care of English Heritage, the castle takes its name from Bernard de Ballliol who founded it in the 12th century. The castle was later developed by Richard III.
by David Dixon

Created: Wed, 29 Jun 2011, Updated: Wed, 29 Jun 2011


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NZ0416 : Barnard Castle: inner moat by Bob Harvey
NZ0416 : How to find the castle by Bob Harvey
NZ0416 : Barnard Castle: The round tower by Bob Harvey
NZ0416 : Barnard Castle: looking out on the inner ward by Bob Harvey
NZ0416 : Barnard Castle: the round tower by Bob Harvey
NZ0416 : Barnard Castle: town ward from the postern by Bob Harvey
NZ0416 : Barnard Castle by David Dixon
NZ0416 : Barnard Castle: the window of the great chamber by Bob Harvey
NZ0416 : The Sensory Garden, Barnard Castle by David Dixon
NZ0416 : Barnard Castle by David Dixon
NZ0416 : Barnard Castle by Bob Harvey
NZ0416 : Barnard Castle by David Dixon
NZ0416 : Barnard Castle: the great chamber by Bob Harvey
NZ0416 : Barnard Castle: the inner ward and keep by Bob Harvey
NZ0416 : Morris Dancers between A67 Flatts Road and Galgate by Jo and Steve Turner
NZ0416 : Barnard Castle by David Dixon
NZ0416 : Barnard Castle: stair to round tower by Bob Harvey
NZ0416 : Barnard Castle and the River Tees by David Dixon
NZ0416 : Barnard Castle by Bob Harvey
NZ0416 : Barnard Castle: The inner ward by Bob Harvey
NZ0416 : The End of the Road by Bob Harvey
NZ0416 : Castle walls in Barnard Castle by DS Pugh
NZ0416 : Barnard Castle: The inner ward from the great hall by Bob Harvey
NZ0416 : Barnard Castle: the postern gate by Bob Harvey
NZ0416 : Barnard Castle: Inner ward by Bob Harvey

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