Norham Castle is a castle in Norham, Northumberland, England, overlooking the River Tweed, on the border between England and Scotland. This view of the castle, made in 1728 by the Buck brothers, shows the outer wall of the castle with its multiple gun towers still in quite good condition.
Duncraig Castle from Plockton (Walkhighlands) Home of the opium lords - Mathieson. It was abandoned but taken over by a London family who now run the restored parts as a Bed and Breakfast . Its in a spectacular setting overlooking the sea and Plockton.
Floor plan of Hever Castle in Kent. The childhood home of Queen Anne Boleyn, the oldest part of the castle dates back to 1270. After the ill-fated Anne's death the castle passed from the disgraced Boleyns to the Crown, and thence to Anne of Cleves. It was bought in 1903 by William Waldorf Astor and transformed into a Gilded Age party house.