083. ‘OLD FORTIFICATION’. Dunstanburgh Castle, Northumberland, UK
Nine miles to the south of Bamburgh Castle on the Northumberland coastline lies Dunstanburgh castle. It is a 14th century fortification. The castle formed a strategic northern stronghold during the Wars of the Roses, changing hands between the Lancastrians and Yorkists many times. It never survived these sieges. The castle is now owned by the National trust and is managed by English Heritage.