An engraving of Tamworth Castle

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Date:1798

Description:An engraving of a painting of Tamworth Castle by G. Samuel. The Georgian refaced South wing, Castle Mills, and Parish Church are also visible. Lady Bridge can be seen on the extreme left of the engraving. Note that there is no Holloway Lodge depicted, as it was not built until 1810.


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1700s
Textile Mill and Castle Mills, Tamworth
Textile Mill and Castle Mills, Tamworth

A watercolour scene showing Tamworth Castle, St Editha's Church, the Castle Mill, ...

1750s
Tamworth and River
Tamworth and River

A view of Tamworth in the late eighteenth century, showing the river, Castle, and ...

1800s
Tamworth Castle and Mill
Tamworth Castle and Mill

A small oil painting showing the mill at Tamworth, on the right hand side, with ...

1880s
Outing to Tamworth Castle
Outing to Tamworth Castle

Thomas Cooke's factory hands pictured in Tamworth Castle Grounds. Possibly besides ...

1900s
Fire Brigade at Tamworth Castle
Fire Brigade at Tamworth Castle

Tamworth Volunteer Fire Brigade on parade outside Tamworth Castle. They are seen ...

1920s
St. John Ambulance, Tamworth Castle
St. John Ambulance, Tamworth Castle

1930s
Hitler youth at Tamworth Castle
Hitler youth at Tamworth Castle

Tamworth scouts with the Hitler Youth at Tamworth Castle, pictured on the upper ...

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Source: Tamworth Castle Museum

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