Castles of England and Wales
by E. J. MacDonald
Publisher: Thomas Nelson and Sons 1920
Castles of England and Wales contains sections on the castles of: Windsor; Alnwick; Arundel; Bamburgh; Caerphilly; Carisbrooke, Corfe and Porchester; Castle Rising; The Channel Coast; Chepstow; Chillingham; Chirk; Durham; Kenilworth; Richmond and Barnard; The Tower of London; Warwick; The Castles of North Wales; Tintagel and Newcastle.
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