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Brougham Castle ruins, Cumbria

Brougham Castle was built in the early 13th century using stone from the adjacent former Roman fort of Brocavum. The location, overlooking the confluence of two rivers, was ideal to guard strategic routes between England and Scotland through the mountainous Lake District. It also served as an imposing residence and welcomed a visit by King Edward I in 1300. The remains include an impressive gatehouse, keep and redoubt along with the remains of a curtain wall. The castle was in a ruined state by the mid-18th century and is today run by English Heritage.

Copyright: Gary Davies
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 16428x8214
Taken: 23/06/2017
Uploaded: 06/11/2017
Updated: 05/01/2018


Tags: ruins; stone; keep; castle; edward i; fortification; fort; roman; strategic; historic building; english; england; cumbria; english heritage; 13th century; lake district; medieval; gatehouse
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