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Photos of Dunstanburgh Castle, Northumberland.

Dunstanburgh Castle occupies one of the most dramatic locations of any castle in Northumberland, perched on a headland just north of Craster.

The Castle was built in the reign of Edward II, by the Earl of Lancaster, High Sherriff of England who was executed as a traitor before it was finished.

It was badly damaged during the Wars of the Roses in the 15th century and has remained a ruin ever since.

The ghost of the Earl of Lancaster is said to haunt the Castle ruins along with another ghost - Sir Guy the Seeker.

The Castle can be approached by a footpath from Craster.

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Dunstanburgh Castle.

Dunstanburgh Castle.

Dunstanburgh Castle.

Dunstanburgh Castle seen from the footpath from Craster.

 

Dunstanburgh Castle.

Dunstanburgh Castle Entrance.

 

Dunstanburgh Castle seen from Embleton Bay.

Dunstanburgh Castle seen from Embleton Bay.

Dunstanburgh Castle seen from Embleton Bay.

 

Dunstanburgh Castle seen from Dunstan Steads.

Dunstanburgh Castle seen from Dunstan Steads.

Dunstanburgh Castle seen from Dunstan Steads.

 

Queen Margarets Tower.

Queen Margarets Tower.

 

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