Pickering Castle, Pickering, North Yorkshire: is a motte and bailey castle built by the Normans under William the Conqueror in 10691070.
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Sunday, 23 April 2017

Pickering Castle

Pickering Castle - Gallery

Pickering Castle view from the motte, showing Coleman Tower, Mill Tower and the Inner and Outer Baileys

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Pickering Castle view from the Inner Bailey showing the Norman Motte and remains of the Constable's Lodgings.

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View on the motte of the remaining walls of the shell keep and interior walls.

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View of the motte and Coleman Tower from the Outer Bailey.

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Pickering Castle well in the Inner Bailey.

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Norman Cheveron moulding in the New Hall in the Inner Bailey.

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Interior of the restored 13th century chapel in the Inner Bailey.

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View of the Chapel and New Hall from the Inner Bailey.

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Inner Bailey curtain walls showing arrow loop holes.

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oleman Tower from the Outer Bailey showing the drawbridge and inner ditch.

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Decorated Norman arch in the Old Hall located in the Inner Bailey.

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Diate Hill Tower in the Outer Curtain walls from the Outer Bailey.

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Rosamund's Tower from the Outer Bailey.

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Rosamund's Tower from the Outer Bailey showing the salley port and inner ditch.

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Mill Tower which was once used as a gaol from the Inner Bailey.

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