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Motte and Bailey Castle, Gunnerton


About half a mile north of Gunnerton are the remains of a Norman motte and bailey castle. The castle is built at the end of a promontory, formed by the confluence of Coal Burn and Gunnerton Burn. This is a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
Gunnerton Historic Buildings and Monuments in Chollerton Civil Parish Motte and Bailey Castles Castles
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Motte behind The Nursery, Gunnerton

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
from https://historicengland.org...
Motte and bailey castle on Money Hill
- "The monument includes a well preserved Norman motte and bailey castle situated in a naturally defended position on the end of a promontory formed by the confluence of the Coal ...

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