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Significant Gallery

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Choose from 79 pictures in our Significant collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


HAUGHTON CASTLE, UK. It was built originally in the 13th century as a tower house Featured Print

HAUGHTON CASTLE, UK. It was built originally in the 13th century as a tower house

HAUGHTON CASTLE, UK. It was built originally in the 13th century as a tower house and enlarged and fortified in the 14th century. By the 16th century the castle fell into disrepair and ruin and it was attacked by Border reivers. A survey of 1541 reported the roof and floors to be decayed and gone. The property was acquired by the Smith family in about 1640, but in 1715 a further survey stated the building to be ruinous.-Significant alterations were carried out for the Smiths between 1816 and 1845, latterly by architect John Dobson to convert the ruin into a substantial mansion. The Crawshaw family came into possession in 1862 and a west wing was added for them by Anthony Salvin in 1876. Part of the castle served as a hospital during the second world war. It is now an oblong tower house and one of the best preserved hall houses in the north of England

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HAUGHTON CASTLE, UK. It was built originally in the 13th century as a tower house Featured Print

HAUGHTON CASTLE, UK. It was built originally in the 13th century as a tower house

HAUGHTON CASTLE, UK. It was built originally in the 13th century as a tower house and enlarged and fortified in the 14th century. By the 16th century the castle fell into disrepair and ruin and it was attacked by Border reivers. A survey of 1541 reported the roof and floors to be decayed and gone. The property was acquired by the Smith family in about 1640, but in 1715 a further survey stated the building to be ruinous.-Significant alterations were carried out for the Smiths between 1816 and 1845, latterly by architect John Dobson to convert the ruin into a substantial mansion. The Crawshaw family came into possession in 1862 and a west wing was added for them by Anthony Salvin in 1876. Part of the castle served as a hospital during the second world war. It is now an oblong tower house and one of the best preserved hall houses in the north of England

© Quint Lox Limited