EAW006090 ENGLAND (1947). Bamburgh Castle and the Castle Green, Bamburgh, 1947. This image has been produced from a print.

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Details

Title [EAW006090] Bamburgh Castle and the Castle Green, Bamburgh, 1947. This image has been produced from a print.
Reference EAW006090
Date 21-May-1947
Link
Place name BAMBURGH
Parish BAMBURGH
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 418338, 635148
Longitude / Latitude -1.7088691915812, 55.609589961515
National Grid Reference NU183351

Pins

PILLBOX (D TYPE): e47611

MattOldred
Thursday 31st of December 2020 03:45:05 PM
ANTI TANK VERTICAL RAIL: e47612

MattOldred
Thursday 31st of December 2020 03:44:51 PM
ANTI TANK BLOCK: e32200

MattOldred
Thursday 31st of December 2020 03:44:29 PM
Possible postion of a 2ndWW Pillbox.

redmist
Friday 7th of February 2020 12:24:08 PM
Anti tank blocks?

redmist
Friday 7th of February 2020 12:21:49 PM
Site of sockets for where 2ndWW anti-tank rails were inserted.

redmist
Thursday 31st of October 2019 12:00:13 AM
Site of sockets for where 2ndWW anti-tank rails were inserted.

redmist
Wednesday 30th of October 2019 11:59:46 PM
Site of sockets for where 2ndWW anti-tank rails were inserted.

redmist
Wednesday 30th of October 2019 11:59:19 PM
Type 24 Pillbox

Mark P
Tuesday 14th of November 2017 09:55:28 PM
Pigeon Cote, shown also at https://www.historicengland.org.uk/images-books/archive/archive-collections/englands-places/card/290240 and on Google satellite view as shown on attached screenshot.

melgibbs
Monday 11th of April 2016 04:52:46 PM
Next to what is now The Pantry delicatessen is the cottage where Grace Darling died on the 20th October 1842. The attached composite photo showing the plaque above the doorway was taken on the 16th October 2015.

melgibbs
Friday 16th of October 2015 04:53:03 PM
The Village Pant or Pump was in use up until the early 20th century. The attached photo was taken on the 11th October 2014.

melgibbs
Wednesday 22nd of October 2014 07:40:52 PM
The Pavilion, Bamburgh Community Centre.

melgibbs
Monday 6th of October 2014 06:14:35 PM
Church Street.

melgibbs
Monday 6th of October 2014 06:07:09 PM

melgibbs
Monday 6th of October 2014 06:06:04 PM
Lucker Road, the B1341.

melgibbs
Monday 6th of October 2014 06:05:19 PM
The Links Road to Seahouses.

melgibbs
Monday 6th of October 2014 06:04:08 PM
Large concrete blocks (tank traps or sea defences?) now covered by the dunes.

melgibbs
Monday 6th of October 2014 06:03:47 PM
Remains of windmill.

melgibbs
Monday 6th of October 2014 01:30:52 PM

User Comment Contributions

Shipwrecks were common on this stretch of coastline and a Dr John Sharp (1722 - 1792) who was resident at the castle founded what is recognised as the first coastguard system in the world. More can be read at http://bamburgh.org.uk/news/did-bamburgh-shipwreck-inspire-first-coastguards-/ and http://www.bamburghcastle.com/history_more.php?id=57

melgibbs
Sunday 30th of October 2016 06:45:36 PM