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Tutbury Castle: copper-plate engraving

'Tutbury Castle in the County of Stafford.' Showing a castle with many towers and turrets taken from an Elizabethan drawing. There is a river on the right with a bridge over it, and cattle within the ...

Tutbury Castle: Distant view from the River Dove: pencil and wash drawing

'Tutbury Castle from the Dove, 1836.' Showing the castle in the distance. There is a mill on the right and a load of corn is being taken up from the wagon. The river is in the foreground. Artist: ...

Tutbury Castle: pencil drawing

Showing the remains of the castle. One wing (to the right) seems inhabited, being 'restored' in late Georgian style. Anonymous.

Tutbury Castle: Plan: engraving

'Plan of Tutbury Castle and the Lands Belonging Thereto.' Scale approximately 1 inch to 80 yards. Showing the Castle Yard with a Deep Foss on two sides, the other side bordered dense woodland, Tutbury ...

Tutbury Castle: sepia wash drawing

'Part of the Remains of Tutbury Castle, Staffordshire.' Showing the remains of a four storey tower [?from the west]. Three small windows are shown in the side of the tower, and there are the tops of ...

Tutbury Castle: steel engraving

'Tutbury Castle in the County of Stafford. From a Draught taken A. D. 1620.' Showing a castle with many towers and turrets taken from an Elizabethan drawing. There is a river on the right with a bridge ...

View of Alton Castle from the Churnet valley

Within Alton Castle are the remains of the medieval castle, built in about 1175 by Bertram de Verdun, the founder of Croxden Abbey. Alton Castle was rebuilt as a large Gothic-style house between 1847 ...

View of Stafford from the Coton Hill Asylum,

View of Stafford from Coton Hill. St. Chad's (far left) and St. Mary's Churches are to the left of the hill, upon which stand the remains of Stafford Castle. The building on the right is the County ...

View of Tamworth Castle

Tamworth's Norman motte and bailey castle has over 900 years of history. From about 1101 to 1291 it was one of many homes to the Marmion family, hereditary Royal Champions to the English Kings. As a result, ...

View of the Castle from Stafford,

View of Stafford Castle, taken from the end of Chell Road. The white building in the centre is the Sir Robert Peel public house on South Street.

Wood carving of Hippocamp, Stafford Castle

A winged horse or 'Hippocamp' oak carving which formed part of the panelling inside the Hall in Stafford Castle. The castle to the south-west of the town was built in the fourteenth century by Ralph ...