EAW003616 ENGLAND (1947). The castle and environs, Tamworth, 1947

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Details

Title [EAW003616] The castle and environs, Tamworth, 1947
Reference EAW003616
Date March-1947
Link
Place name TAMWORTH
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 420663, 303897
Longitude / Latitude -1.6946634184195, 52.632081027878
National Grid Reference SK207039

Pins

The Moat House Tamworth.

Chris Gibson
Tuesday 9th of October 2018 12:56:48 PM
The 2nd Palace cinema built in 1936

Andrew Sandars
Tuesday 13th of January 2015 08:12:23 PM
Tennis courts here in 1928

MB
Wednesday 2nd of October 2013 10:03:29 PM
Castle Pleasure Grounds

MB
Wednesday 2nd of October 2013 10:00:38 PM
This area now the Ankerside Shopping Centre

MB
Wednesday 2nd of October 2013 09:59:46 PM

MB
Wednesday 2nd of October 2013 09:59:03 PM
Battery locomotive or Simplex perhaps?

MB
Wednesday 2nd of October 2013 09:58:07 PM
As they are not working near a convenient source of electricity, I would expect this to be powered by an IC engine, so quite possible it's a Simplex.

John W
Saturday 18th of June 2016 10:38:22 PM
Narrow-gauge railway, 2-foot gauge or less. Installed for work in association with the flood relief channel

MB
Wednesday 2nd of October 2013 09:57:21 PM
Flood relief channel

MB
Wednesday 2nd of October 2013 09:55:00 PM

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Wednesday 2nd of October 2013 09:54:15 PM

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Wednesday 2nd of October 2013 09:53:57 PM

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Wednesday 2nd of October 2013 09:52:49 PM

User Comment Contributions

Originally an eleventh century Norman motte and bailey castle. The twelfth century shell keep is shown to good advantage here. It was substantially altered between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries. The building is listed Grade I

MB
Wednesday 2nd of October 2013 09:49:49 PM