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York Castle Clifford’s Tower Gallery

York Castle Clifford's Tower Gallery

We capture the remaining structure in our York Castle Clifford's Tower Gallery through photography. Clifford's Tower gets its name from the Clifford Family who were local wealthy land owners who used the castle as a garden piece. However, it began with William the Conqueror and was originally constructed in wood before being converted to stone. At the opposite side of the River Ouse, a second wooden castle once stood that was left to deterioration. However, the earth motte can still be seen today.

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Clifford's Tower York Castle Keep
View from the south
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Clifford's Tower York Castle Keep
Clifford's Tower from Tower Gardens
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Clifford's Tower York Castle Keep
Clifford's Tower from the South
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Clifford's Tower York Castle Keep
Clifford's Tower Entrance
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Clifford's Tower York Castle Keep
Clifford's Tower from the East
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Clifford's Tower York Castle Keep
Clifford's Tower from the North
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Clifford's Tower York Castle Keep
Remaining Motte from Opposite Castle
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Clifford's Tower York Castle Keep
Castlegate
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Clifford's Tower York Castle Keep
York Castle Museum
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Clifford's Tower York Castle Keep
York Castle Museum
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