Halton Castle, Northumberland
Halton Castle shown within Northumberland
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The tower was first recorded in 1382 and it is still present today. It has four storeys and a basement with a stone vault. In the 15th century a manor house was built onto the north side of the tower giving it a T shaped plan. In about 1696 much of this building was demolished by the then owner John Douglas and replaced with the present five bay residence.
- Images of Halton Castle at "North of the Tyne"
- Halton Castle at "Gatehouse Gazetteer"
- Halton Castle at "Keys to the Past" (Northumberland County Council)
- Fry, Plantagenet Somerset, The David & Charles Book of Castles, David & Charles, 1980. ISBN 0-7153-7976-3
- "Anderson Blackett engagement". Peerage News.
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