Castle Lodge, Holloway, Tamworth

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Date:1907

Description:A winter scene with Holloway Lodge on the left of the photograph and Lady Bridge in the background. Holloway Lodge was built by the 2nd Marquess of Townshend in 1810. It was originally a single stored building, but when the Borough Council purchased the building they added another floor and raised the battlements.

The rise of Ladybank can be seen on the right hand side.


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

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1880s
Castle Mills and Tamworth Castle
Castle Mills and Tamworth Castle

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1910s
Car outside the Holloway Lodge, Tamworth Castle
Car outside the Holloway Lodge, Tamworth Castle

A new car outside Holloway Lodge. The notice by the castle gates reads 'Dutch Market', ...

1950s
Aerial view of Tamworth Castle
Aerial view of Tamworth Castle

An aerial view of Tamworth Castle with the Castle grounds in the foreground. The ...

1970s
Aethelflaeda Monument, Tamworth Castle
Aethelflaeda Monument, Tamworth Castle

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Source: Tamworth Castle Museum

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