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posted 06-25-99 11:51 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for efenglom   Click Here to Email efenglom     Edit/Delete Message
I'm looking for a possible web based source for good plans on Warwick Castle and if not available then a recent publication that might have a good floor plan and or elavations. I'm collecting information in general on Warwick town, the castle and Warwickshire, with an emphasis on the castle. I have found the "official" site and though it has useful photographs the information is not very in-depth. Thank You.

Philip Davis
posted 06-25-99 04:57 PM           Edit/Delete Message
Unfortunately good, in depth, online material on medieval castles is difficult to find, particularly with regard to plans. The best site by far for depth and width is the Castles of Wales http://www.castlewales.com/home.html unfortunately, although it does feature a few english castles, Warwick is not one of them.
Regular Castles on the Web contributor Helen Sullivan's very good site at http://www.geocities.com/Area51/Hollow/7231/castles.html does feature a plan a Warwick castle taken from Sidney Toy's book Castles; Their Construction and History. The actual book has some good plans and sections of Ceaser's Tower and the gatehouse.

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Andrew Knight
posted 07-11-99 02:24 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Andrew Knight   Click Here to Email Andrew Knight     Edit/Delete Message
Additional plans etc. of Warwick Castle

Warwick Castle by Marcus Binney - 4 articles from Counry Life 1982.
Includes a general site plan, Caerar's Tower 1st Floor and 2nd Floor Level, Guy's Tower 1st, 2nd and 3rd Floor Level.
Domestic Architecture of the Middle Ages - Parker and Turner - 1857
Vol 3 - page 5 - Site Plan in mid 19th Century - page 92 - Detailed plan of Domestic Range.

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