Friday, 16 July 2010

Berwick Castle Curtain Wall

Part of the Curtain wall of Berwick Castle, and the river path tunnel.



Info photo (click to enlarge to read)
More info HERE..



The White Wall.



If you were a Scot or a Brit (depending on who owned the Castle at the time)
How do you fancy running up these steps to defend??


Pity you - if you were a tall chap - defending the castle from this point.
Stiff legs after a while I'm bound.



After 10 minutes I was glad to get out of here - Let along hours-days-weeks?? defending.




This is the river path tunnel - from one side of the White Wall to the other.
Scotland to England.
So easy now-a-days, ---
The Boarder is now a few miles north from here.

Berwick - to be continued.


14 comments:

Kerri said...

Looks like a cool place to visit!

James said...

I would love to go there with a camera. Great shots!

Cainan Klinsman said...

Imac Hello, remember me?
A follower of your blogger ...
Our you're an excellent photographer, The castle is wonderful ...
I wonder the big story that happened in this castle for years.

"Congratulations on your extraordinary photos"

Darla said...

So cool this place!!

Sunny said...

So much history...great photos!
☼ Sunny

ju-north said...

Did you find the white lady here?!

Betty Manousos:cutand-dry.blogspot.com said...

Love your photos! I wish I could go there and enjoy the sight. What a remarkable place!
B :)

Betsy from Tennessee said...

How interesting, Stewart... BUT--I'm not sure I'd enjoy running up and down those steps!!!! ha

I'd love to see the Berwick Castle....Thanks for sharing.

Have a nice weekend.
Betsy

George said...

These are wonderful pictures of this wall. I definitely would not like to run up those stairs nor would I want to spend much time in the sally port. Thanks for taking us to this fascinating place.

Gail's Man said...

Don't think the castle is a place for slightly chubby chaps who like their beer!

Gattina said...

Very interesting story ! I always love to read about old castles. It's amazing that there are still "left overs" after so many years !

Staffan H said...

Great shots of a very interesting place with loads of history in every stone. I think the castles were regarded as "safe havens" than convenient places to live and work even back in those days.

lv2scpbk said...

Looks like a wonderful place to take a walk.

Dave said...

I think I will pass on those steps, nice way you have captured them though, thanks for sharing.