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Frieze 1 161207 (Still)

A decorative frieze above a door at Chirk Castle. The castle was built between 1295 and 1310 as part of King Edward I's chain of fortresses surrounding North Wales in the United Kingdom. The .jpg is treated in blue for keying , the .png is transparent.

Chirk Wall 1 161207 (Still)

A detail of the front wall of Chirk Castle. The castle was built between 1295 and 1310 as part of King Edward I's chain of fortresses surrounding North Wales in the United Kingdom.

Door 1 161207 (Still)

An interior door of Chirk Castle. The castle was built between 1295 and 1310 as part of King Edward I's chain of fortresses surrounding North Wales in the United Kingdom.

Chirk View 5 161207 (Still)

A lawn at the side of Chirk Castle. The lawn is walled with a decorative door-way within. The castle was built between 1295 and 1310 as part of King Edward I's chain of fortresses surrounding North Wales in the United Kingdom.

Chirk Castle 4 161207 (Still)

The central quadrangle of Chirk Castle. The castle was built between 1295 and 1310 as part of King Edward I's chain of fortresses surrounding North Wales in the United Kingdom.

Chirk Castle 3 161207 (Still)

The main entrance of the front elevation of Chirk Castle showing its fortress like battlements. The castle was built between 1295 and 1310 as part of King Edward I's chain of fortresses surrounding North Wales in the United Kingdom.

Chirk Castle 2 161207 (Still)

A lawn leading to the front elevation of Chirk Castle showing its fortress like battlements. The castle was built between 1295 and 1310 as part of King Edward I's chain of fortresses surrounding North Wales in the United Kingdom.

Chirk Castle 1 161207 (Still)

A lawn leading to the rear elevation of Chirk Castle showing its fortress like battlements. The castle was built between 1295 and 1310 as part of King Edward I's chain of fortresses surrounding North Wales in the United Kingdom.

Showfile Coughton Court 2 160530 (Still)

The front elevation of the English Tudor country house Coughton Court on a cloudy Spring day. The gatehouse at Coughton was built at the earliest in 1536, as it is built of stones which came from Bordesley Abbey and Evesham Abbey after the Dissolution of the Monasteries Act in 1536.

Showfile Coughton Court 1 160530 (Still)

The front elevation of the English Tudor country house Coughton Court on a cloudy Spring day. The gatehouse at Coughton was built at the earliest in 1536, as it is built of stones which came from Bordesley Abbey and Evesham Abbey after the Dissolution of the Monasteries Act in 1536.

Showfile Door 2 160530 (Still)

Heavy oak front door in an arched stone frame. Coughton Court is an imposing Tudor house that dates from the 16th century.

Showfile Door 1 160530 (Still)

Heavy oak front door in an arched stone frame. Coughton Court is an imposing Tudor house that dates from the 16th century.