Archive 2018: Berwick Castle Tour

2018 Venue 3

Meet on Railway Street at the top of Berwick railway station
approach road (long flights of steps/ fairly steep slopes)

Saturday 9:30 and 13:30 No booking required

Berwick Castle was one of the most important fortresses during the Anglo-Scottish Wars. Probably built by the Scottish King David about 1124, it held his royal mint and was the scene of a decision made by Edward I that would make legends. Discover a forgotten Jacobean palace and find out if the railway really demolished the castle. Jim Herbert takes you on a tour pointing out the many tantalising clues that can be found and pieces its story together.

About the author 

Homer Lindsay

Retired Global ERP Financial Applications Analyst and Developer with an interest in people; places; photography.

A member of the Berwick Heritage Open Days Steering Group and its website developer.

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