Engravings by Samuel and Nathaniel Buck. . Buck's Views Data

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From the historic work of the by the brothers, Samuel and Nathaniel Buck, Views of Ruins of Castles & Abbeys in England, 1726-1739. Samuel and Nathaniel Buck were the most important topographical artists of the 18th century, creating a record of over 500 ancient monuments & towns in England and Wales. Many of these monuments had been devastated during the course of the Reformation, particularly during the period when Oliver Cromwell ruled England as "Lord Protector." The Bucks Views, as they have become known, provide an invaluable record of these magnificent buildings, some of which have seen further deterioration during the 275 years that have since passed. This  project was initially published over three decades from the 1720s. Having achieved great success with his publications of town prospects, Samuel Buck announced in November 1726 ".his intention of systematically recording ruins throughout England. The castles, religious foundations, and other remains of antiquity throughout the kingdom, he argued, were in a lamentable condition. He would 'rescue the mangled remains' of 'these aged & venerable edifices from the inexorable jaws of time' (S. Buck, 'Proposals for the publication of . twenty-four views of castles . in the counties of Lincoln and Nottingham', 1 Nov 1726, copy in priv. coll.), by visiting and recording them. In the summer of 1727 Nathaniel accompanied Samuel on a 'peregrination' of Lancashire, Cheshire, and Derbyshire. In 1728 the brothers announced their plan to undertake the remaining counties of northern England, but they discovered enough recordable ruins in Durham and Northumberland for the following year's set of twenty-four, and Cumberland and Westmorland had to wait. In 1729-31 they took their sketch-boards to the midlands, between 1732 and 1736 they covered the counties in the south of England and also in Monmouthshire, in 1737 they covered the counties of East Anglia, and in 1738 they completed England by dealing with Cumberland and Westmorland. Finally they produced sets for Wales, apparently touring the counties of Wales in 1739-41. With the publication in 1742 of Anglesey, Caernarvonshire, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Merioneth, Montgomeryshire, and Radnor, the antiquities project was completed. This project constituted only half of the Buck brothers' enterprise. From 1728 they had worked on a parallel project: producing and publishing a series of long prospects of English and Welsh 'Cities, Sea-ports, and Capital Towns'

Samuel & Nathaniel Buck"Buck's Views" as they were called are 428 views of the ruins of all noted abbeys, castles, together with four views of seats and eighty-three large general views of the chief cities and towns of England and Wales. Published between 1724-38 on Hand-Made Laid  and often Watermarked Paper. They were reprinted in the Victorian time and later on a polished mechanically made paper

 THE START. . .Furnished with extensive reading, favoured with his extensive correspondence, Dr. Stufkeley visited with unweared assiduity the greater part of the kingdom, taking drawings and admeasurements of the monuments on the spot. He suggested to Mr. Samuel Buck, his fellow traveller, the useful design of preserving so many of our ancient buildings which he and his brother after wards so successfully executed.* "  Messrs. Samuel and Nathaniel Buck drewand engraved 428 views of cities, castles, and religious ruinS. They were first published about 80 years ago, in sets, by subscription, at two guineas each set, consisting of 28 prints, and afterwards were sold in sets, or singly at the same rate by the authors. The two brothers were employed upwards of 32 years in making drawings and engraving this collection. Upon the death of one of them they were purchased by Robert Sayer, a printseller in Fleet Street, and his successors, Laurie and Whittle, now sell the impressions from the plates in three volumes, under the title of" Bucks' "
Antiquities/or Venerable Remains, 2 vol. London, 1774," and " Bucks* Perspective views of 100 Cities and Chief Towns in England and Wales, with Historical Accounts of their Antiquity, Foundation, Situation, Castles, Churches,&C.&C London, 1774." Portraits of the two brothers are prefixed, an Emblematical Frontispiece, and an Index Map shewing the situation of every structure and view exhibited in the three volumes.  from  James Savage 'The Libarian' 1808


From 1725 onwards, Samuel Buck spent each summer travelling around some part of England, making drawings of places of antiquarian interest; from 1727 onwards, he was accompanied by his younger brother, Nathaniel Buck. Back in London, during autumn and winter, they engraved and printed a set of 24 plates; in the spring they presented this set to their subscribers who paid two guineas for the set, one guinea  in advance and one upon completion. Each  summer they made their next tour. Summer after summer, they set out on their travels; spring after spring, they were ready with the next set of plates. After fourteen years they had covered the whole of England (fourteen sets, 19 by 12 inches, 1726–39); then  they started work on Wales (three sets, 1740–2, the third set containing an extra dozen plates). Nor was this the Bucks’ only undertaking. From 1728 onwards, at a somewhat less hectic pace, they were also producing a series of views of the cities and principal towns in  England and Wales (thirteen sets of six plates each, 33 by 13 inches, 1728–49). After 1752, they ceased producing new work. Nathaniel was dead by 1774; Samuel died in 1779, at the age of 83. Some years before that, however, the entire stock of plates had been sold to the printseller Robert Sayer, who managed to squeeze a little more profit out of them. As they had informed their subscribers in April 1735, the Bucks spent that summer in Kent. (Apart from Yorkshire, Kent was the only county which was given a whole set to itself.) By April 1736 they had finished their eleventh set of plates. The set begins with an engraved frontispiece thanking the subscribers for their support and telling them what they have got for their money and,what they can expect to get next.


Midlands DRAWN 1729-31
Source: Samuel & Nathaniel Buck, Views of Ruins of Castles & Abbeys in England, Part 2, 1726-1739

1. The East View of Dale Abbey, near Derby
2. The South West View of Beauchief Abbey in the County of Derby
3. The North East Prospect of Bolsover Castle in the County of Derby
4. The West View of Bolsover Castle in the County of Derbyshire
5. The North West View of Castleton Castle, and the Devil’s Arse in the Peak
6. The West View of Codenor Castle in the County of Derby
Wales vol 2

To the Noble & Generous Encouragers of this Work by Subscription
This Second Sett of Twenty four Views as follows . in the principality of Wales . . is most gratefully inscrib’d by Their most obed. humble. Servts. SAML. & NATHL. BUCK. . . . NB. The Generous Subscription this second Sett of Prints has been honour’d with encouraging the Authors to proceed They propose this Summer to take Drawings of the most remarkable remains of ABBYS, CASTLES &c. to be found in Radnor, MOntgomery Etc . and to finish the Plates in Twelve Months time from the Date hereof. From No. 1. Garden Court, Middle Temple. Publish’d according to Act of Parliament by Saml. & Nathl. Buck, March 25 th . 1741.”
 In the remaining part of Glamorganshire
25.Llandaff Church and palace
25.Llandaff  palace
26. Neath Abby
27. Ewenny Priory
28. Swansea castle
29.Oystermouth Castle
30.pennarth Castle
31.Caerdiffe Castle
32.Llanbythian castle
33.Penrice castle
34.Webley castle
35.Neath castle
36.Morlashe castle
In Brecknockshire
37.Brecknock Priory
38.Brecknock Castle
39.llanthew castle
40.Blaen Lleveny Castle
41.Penkelly Castle
42.Crickhowel Castle
43.Tretwr Castle
44.Hay castle
45.Brwynllys Castle
In Cardiganshire
46. Stratflour Castle
47.Cardigan Castle  and Priory
47.Cardigan Priory
48.Aberystwith  castel
 Bishopric of Durham + Northumberland vol 4

To the Noble & Generous Encouragers of this Work by Subscription
This Fourth Collection of Twenty four Views as follows . in the Bishopric of Durham, In Northumberland. . is most gratefully inscrib’d by Their most obed. humble. Servts. SAML. & NATHL. BUCK. . . . NB. The Generous Subscription this Fourth Sett of Prints has been honour’d with encouraging the Authors to proceed They propose this Summer to take Drawings of the most remarkable remains of ABBYS, CASTLES &c. to be found in Oxford, Northampton and warwick Etc . and to finish the Plates in Twelve Months time from the Date hereof. From  the Golden Buck in Warwick Street near Golden Square,St James April 1729
 In the Bishoprick of Durham
1.Holy Island Monastery and castle
2.Yarrow Monastery
3.Finchale priory
4.Bishop Auckland Palace
5.Durham Castle
6.Lumley castle
7.Raby castle.
8.Barnard castle
9.Ravensworth castle
10.Hilton castle
11.Brancespeth castle
12.Norham castle
In Northumberland
13.Brinkburn priory
14.Tinemouth Monastery and castle
15.Alnwick castle
16.Prudhoe Castle
17.Bothal castle
18.Chillinhgham castle
19.Dunstanburgh castle
20.Warkworth castle
21.Belso castle
22.Horton castle
23.Widderington castle
24.Bamburg castle
 The Counties of Oxford,Warwick, Northampton vol 5

To the Noble & Generous Encouragers of this Work by Subscription
This Fifth Collection of Twenty four Views as follows . . . is most gratefully inscrib’d by Their most obed. humble. Servts. SAML. & NATHL. BUCK. . . . NB. The Generous Subscription this Fifth Sett of Prints has been honour’d with encouraging the Authors to proceed They propose this Summer to take Drawings of the most remarkable remains of ABBYS, CASTLES &c. to be found in Cambridge , Huntingdon, Leicester and Rutland Etc . and to finish the Plates in Twelve Months time from the Date hereof. From  the Golden Buck in Warwick Street near Golden Square,St James April 1730
In the County of Oxford
1.Eynsham Abby
2.Cold Norton Priory
3.Clattercote Priory
4.Godstow Nunnery
5.Minster Lovell priory
6.Ewelm Palace
7.Oxford Castle
8.Broughton castle
In the County of Warwick
9. The South View of Coombe Abbey in the County of Warwick
10. The East View on Nuneaton Nunnery in the County of Warwick
11. The East View of Kenilworth Priory in the County of Warwick
12. The North West View of Maxtoke Priory in the County of Warwick
13. The South East View of Warwick Castle in the County of Warwick
14. The North East View of Warwick Castle in the County of Warwick
15. The East View of Kenilworth Castle in the County of Warwick
16. The South East View of Tamworth Castle in the County of Warwick
17. The East View of Maxtoke Castle in
In the County Of Northampton
18.Daventry priory
19. Billing Priory
20.Holdenby palace
21.Higham Ferrers Coll.
22.barnwell castle
23.Rockingham castle
24.Drayton House
 The Counties of Cambridge , Huntingdon, Leicester and Rutland vol 6

To the Noble & Generous Encouragers of this Work by Subscription
This Sixth Collection of Twenty four Views as follows . i. . is most gratefully inscrib’d by Their most obed. humble. Servts. SAML. & NATHL. BUCK. . . . NB. The Generous Subscription this
Sixth Sett of Prints has been honour’d with encouraging the Authors to proceed They propose this Summer to take Drawings of the most remarkable remains of ABBIES, CASTLES &c. to be found in Worcester Shire, Stafford Shire, Shrop Shire  Etc . and to finish the Plates in Twelve Months time from the Date hereof. From  the Golden Buck in Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury April l1731
In Cambridgeshire
1.Thorney  Abby
2.Denny Priory
3.Cambridge castle
4.Camps castle
5.Pythagora's School
In Huntingdonshire
6.Eramsey Abby
7.Hitchinbroke Priory
8.Buckden palace
In Bedford Shire
9.Bedford Priory
10.Donstable Priory
11.Chicksand priory
12.Harwood Nunnery
13.Wardon Monastery
In Buckingham Shire
14,Nutley Abby
15.Burnham Priory
In Leicester Shire
16.Leicester Abby
17.Olverton Priory
18.Ulverscroft  priory
19. Grace Dieu Nunnery
20.Belvoir Castle from ye east
21.Belvoir Castle from ye South
22.Ashby de la Zouche Castle from ye South
23.Ashby de la Zouche Castle from ye North
In Rutland Shire
24.Okeham Castle
                               The Counties of Shrop Shire, Stafford Shire ,Worcestershire ,Hereford Shire  vol 7
To the Noble & Generous Encouragers of this Work by Subscription
This Seventh Collection of Twenty four Views as follows .  . is most gratefully inscrib’d by Their most obed. humble. Servts. SAML. & NATHL. BUCK. . . . NB. The Generous Subscription this 
Seventh Sett of Prints has been honour’d with encouraging the Authors to proceed They propose this Summer to take Drawings of the most remarkable remains of ABBIES, CASTLES &c. to be found in Glocester Shire, Wilt Shire, Monmouth Shire  Etc . and to finish the Plates in Twelve Months time from the Date hereof. From  the Golden Buck in Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury April l1732
In Shropshire
1.The North West View of Ludlow Castle in the County of Salop
2. The South West View of Wenlock Abbey in the County Of Salop
3. The South West View of Buildwas Abbey in the County of Salop
4. The West View of Shrewsbury Abbey
5. The East View of Halesowen Abbey in the County of Salop
6. The West View of Lilleshall Priory in the County of Salop
7. The North West View of Haughmond Priory in the County of Salop
8. The East View of Tong Castle in the County of Salop
9. The North West View of Shrewsbury Castle in the County of Salop
10. The South West View of Stoke Castle in the County of Salop
11. The North West of Clun Castle in the County of Salop
12. The South View of Acton Burnell Castle the County of Salop
13. The East View of Hopton Castle the County of Salop
In Stafford Shire
14. The North East View of Croxton Abbey in the County of Stafford
15. The South West View of Dudley Priory in the County of Stafford
16. The South View of Dudley Castle in the County of Stafford
17. The East View of Tutbury Castle in the County of Stafford
18. The South West View of Alton Castle in the County of Stafford
In Worcester Shire
19. The North View of Great Malvern Abbey in the County of Worcester
20.. The East View of Hertlebury Castle in the County of Worcester
In Hereford Shire
21. The South East View of Goodrich Castle in the County of Hereford
22.. The South East View of Brompton Brian Castle in the County of Hereford
23.. The South View of Wigmore Castle in the County of Hereford
24.. The South West View of Branstill Castle in the County of Hereford
                                    The Counties of Glocester Shire, Wilt Shire, Monmouth Shire   vol 8
To the Noble & Generous Encouragers of this Work by Subscription
This Eighth Collection of Twenty four Views as follows . . . is most gratefully inscrib’d by Their most obed. humble. Servts. SAML. & NATHL. BUCK. . . . NB. The Generous Subscription this
Eighth Sett of Prints has been honour’d with encouraging the Authors to proceed They propose this Summer to take Drawings of the most remarkable remains of ABBIES, CASTLES &c. to be found in Somerset Shire, Dorset Shire  Etc . and to finish the Plates in Twelve Months time from the Date hereof. From  the Golden Buck in Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury April l1733
In Bark Shire
1.Windsor castle and Palace
2.Dunnington castle
Gloucester Shire
3.Tewksbury Abby
4.Hales Abby
5. Berkely castle
6.St Briavel's Castle
7.Thornbury castle
8.Sudley castle
9.beverstron Castle
Wilt Shire
10.malmsbury Abby
11.Lacock Nunnery
12.Bradenstoke Priory
13.Wardour castle...... any for sale tell me pls
Monmouth Shire
14.Tyntern Abby
15.lanthony Priory
16.Gloucester and Lanthony Priories
17. ragland Priory
18.Chepstow castle
19.White Castle
20.Grismond castle
21.Skinfrith Castle
22.Caldecott Castle
23.Usk Castle
24.Newport Castle
KENT vol 11

To the Noble & Generous Encouragers of this Work by Subscription
This Eleventh collection of Twenty four Views as follows . . . is most gratefully inscrib’d by Their most obed. humble. Servts. SAML. & NATHL. BUCK. . . . NB. The Generous Subscription this Eleventh Sett of Prints has been honour’d with encouraging the Authors to proceed They propose this Summer to take Drawings of the most remarkable remains of ABBYS, CASTLES &c. to be found in Sussex, Surry &c. and to finish the Plates in Twelve Months time from the Date hereof. From No. 1. Garden Court, Middle Temple. Publish’d according to Act of Parliament by Saml. & Nathl. Buck, April. 1736.”



1 The west view of St. Austin’s-abby, in Canterbury.
2 The north view of Feversham-abby, in the county of Kent.
3 The north east view of Malling-abby, in the county of Kent.
4 The south view of Reculver-abby, in the county of Kent.
5 The south view of Tunbridg-priory, in the county of Kent.
6 The south-east view of the hospital or Maison-Dieu at Dover.
7 The north west view of the chapel and tower in Dover castle.
8 The west view of Dover-castle, in the county of Kent. d
9 The north view of Dover-castle, in the county of Kent.
10 The north west view of Rochester castle.
11 The south east view of Rochester castle.
12 The south view of Allington-castle, in the county of Kent.
13 The north view of Leeds-castle, in the county of Kent.
14 The north east view of Canterbury castle.
15 The north-west view of Richborow-castle, in the county of Kent.
16 The west view of Hever-castle, in the county of Kent.
17 The south view of Cowling-castle, in the county of Kent.
18 The south view of Tunbridg-castle, in the county of Kent.
19 The south-east view of Saltwood-castle, in the county of Kent.
20 The south view of Sandown-castle, in the county of Kent.
21 The north-west view of Deal-castle, in the county of Kent.
22 The north west view of Walmer castle, in the county of Kent.
23 The north west view of Sandgate castle, in the county of Kent.
24 The north-east view of Eltham-palace, in the county of Kent.

 Prospects  not yet complete list

The South Prospect of Reading in the County of Berks.
The South Prospect of Leicester.
South Prospect of Worksop Mannor, in the County of Nottingham
The South West Prospect of Shrewsbury.
The South West Prospect of the City of Exeter.
THE SOUTH PROSPECT OF BRIDGNORTH, IN THE COUNTY OF SALOP
The South West Prospect of Guildford, in the County of Surry.
THE SOUTH EAST PROSPECT OF NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE.
THE NORTH EAST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF NORWICH.
THE EAST PROSPECT OF LYNN-REGIS, IN THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK
THE SOUTH WEST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF PETERBOROUGH, IN NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.
THE NORTH EAST PROSPECT OF PLYMOUTH, IN THE COUNTY OF DEVON
THE EAST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF WINCHESTER
THE NORTH WEST VIEW OF CARDIFF, IN THE COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN
THE EAST VIEW OF HAVERFORD-WEST, IN THE COUNTY OF PEMBROKE
THE SOUTH PROSPECT OF DOVER, IN THE COUNTY OF KENT
THE SOUTH WEST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF WORCESTER
THE SOUTH EAST VIEW CARMARTHEN
THE NORTH EAST PROSPECT OF LANCASTER
THE WEST PROSPECT OF HIS MAJESTY'S DOCKYARD AT CHATHAM
THE SOUTH WEST PROSPECT OF YARMOUTH, IN THE COUNTY Of NORFOLK
THE SOUTH PROSPECT OF PRESTON, IN THE COUNTY PALANTINE OF LANCASTER.
THE SOUTH WEST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF CHICHESTER
THE SOUTH EAST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF CANTERBURY
THE SOUTH EAST PROSPECT OF KINGSTON UPON HULL
THE EAST PROSPECT OF DERBY
THE SOUTH PROSPECT OF NOTTINGHAM.
THE EAST PROSPECT OF BIRMINGHAM, IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK
THE NORTH WEST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF ROCHESTER
THE NORTH WEST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF WELLS
THE NORTH EAST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF SALISBURY
THE EAST PROSPECT OF ST.EDMUNDS-BURY, IN THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK
THE NORTH EAST PROPECT OF THE CITY OF HEREFORD
THE SOUTH WEST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF DURHAM
THE SOUTH WEST PROSPECT OF NORTHAMPTON
THE SOUTH PROSPECT OF BERWICK UPON TWEED
THE WEST PROSPECT OF HIS MAJESTIES DOCK-YARD, NEAR PLYMOUTH
THE SOUTH EAST PROSPECT OF ST.MICHAEL'S MOUNT IN CORNWALL
THE EAST VIEW OF SWANSEA, IN THE COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN
THE NORTH WEST PROSPECT OF SHEERNESS, IN THE COUNTY OF KENT
THE NORTH PROSPECT OF GRAVESEND, IN THE COUNTY OF KENT.
THE SOUTH EAST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF NORWICH
THE SOUTH EAST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF BRISTOL
THE NORTH WEST VIEW OF PEMBROKE.
THE SOUTH EAST PROSPECT OF RIPPON, IN THE COUNTY OF YORK.
THE SOUTH VIEW OF WREXHAM, IN THE COUNTY OF DENBIGH.
THE NORTH WEST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF GLOUCESTER
THE SOUTH WEST PROSPECT OF IPSWICH, IN THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK
THE NORTH WEST PROSPECT OF MAIDSTONE, IN THE COUNTY OF KENT
THE SOUTH EAST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF ELY
THE SOUTH WEST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF CARLISLE
THE NORTH PROSPECT OF WOOLWICH, IN THE COUNTY OF KENT
THE SOUTH PROSPECT OF SCARBOROUGH, IN THE COUNTY OF YORK
THE SOUTH WEST PROSPECT OF THE UNIVERSITY, AND CITY OF OXFORD
THE SOUTH EAST PROSPECT OF THE UNIVERSITY, AND CITY OF OXFORD
THE NORTH WEST PROSPECT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
THE SOUTH EAST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF BATH
THE SOUTH WEST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF CHICHESTER
THE SOUTH WEST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF LICHFIELD
THE SOUTH WEST PROSPECT OF LIVERPOOLE, IN THE COUNTY OF LANCASTER
THE SOUTH WEST PROSPECT OF RICHMOND, IN THE COUNTY OF YORK
THE NORTH EAST PROSPECT OF RICHMOND, IN THE COUNTY OF YORK.
THE SOUTH EAST PROSPECT OF LEEDS, IN THE COUNTY OF YORK
THE SOUTH WEST PROSPECT OF MANCHESTER, IN THE COUNTY PALATINE OF LANCASTER
THE SOUTH WEST PROSPECT OF BIRMINGHAM, IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK
THE EAST PROSPECT OF BIRMINGHAM, IN THE COUNTY OF WARWICK
THE WEST PROSPECT OF PORTSMOUTH, IN HAMPSHIRE.
THE NORTH EAST PROPECT OF THE CITY OF HEREFORD
THE SOUTH WEST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF CHESTER
THE EAST PROSPECT OF BURTON UPON TRENT, IN THE COUNTY OF STAFFORD
THE NORTH WEST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF BRISTOL
THE SOUTH WEST PROSPECT OF NORTHAMPTON
THE EAST PROSPECT OF SHEFFIELD, IN THE COUNTY OF YORK.
THE SOUTH EAST PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF NORWICH
THE SOUTH WEST PROSPECT OF IPSWICH, IN THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK
THE SOUTH PROSPECT OF THE CITY OF COVENTRY, IN WARWICKSHIRE
THE NORTH WEST PROSPECT OF DEPTFORD, IN THE COUNTY OF KENT
5  Prospects of London
Non Castle
Beauchief Abbey (SW)
Dale Abbey (E)
Coombe Abbey (SW)
Nuneaton Nunnery (E)
Kenilworth Priory (E)
Maxstoke Priory (NW)
Wenlock Abbey (SW)
Buildwas Abbey (SW)
Shrewsbury Abbey (W)
Halesowen Abbey (E)
Lilleshall Priory (W)
Haughmond Priory (NW)
Croxton Abbey (NE)
Dudley Priory (SW)
Great Malvern Abbey (N)
Birkenhead Priory (SW)
Buckland Priory (E)
Dartington Temple (E)
Ottery Priory (SW)
Ford Abbey (S)
Tavistock Abbey (W)
Wymondham Abbey (SE)
Bronholm Priory (SE)
Thetford Priory (SE)
Creak Priory (W)
Kirksted Abbey (E)
Temple Bruer (NW)
Barlings Abbey (NW)
Croyland Abbey (SW)
Begeham Abbey (N)
Bindon Abbey (S)
Cockersland Abbey (SE)
Denny Priory (NE)
Eynsham Abbey (E)
Finchale Priory (W)
Godstow Nunnery (W)
Newark Priory (SE)
Norton Priory (W)
Rhuddlan Priory (SE)
Thorney Abbey (SE)
Thurgaton Priory (W)
Wetherall Priory (W)
Yarrow Monastery (SW)
Little Billings Priory (N)
Kirkstall Abbey (S)
Netley Abbey (N)
Burnham Priory (W)
Burstall Abbey (S)
Holland Priory (SE)
Newstead Abbey (W)
Harwood Nunnery (NE)
Wardon Monastery (NE)
Rievaulx Abbey (W)
Roche Abbey (W)
Combemere Abbey (W)
John of Gaunts House (E)
Clunkovaur Abbey (SE)
Croyland Bridge (SW)
Higham Ferrers College (E)
Lostwithiel Palace (SE)
Pythogoras’ School (SW)
Thornton College (W)
Winchester Palace (E)
Ewelm Palace (SE)
Clattercote Priory (SW)
Religious Ruin near Chester (S)
Welbeck Abbey (W)
Worksop Abbey (SW
Nottingham Park
Ramsey Abbey (NW)
Llandaff Cathedral (NW)
Palace & Church of St. Asaph (SE)
St. Bees Priory (SE)
Lanercost Priory (NW)
Lanercost Priory (SE)
Shapp Abbey (SE)
Worksop Manor (S)
Titchfield Abbey (SE))
Faversham Abbey (N)
Maison Dieu, Dover (SE)
Malling Abbey (NE)
Reculver Abbey (S)
St. Austin's Abbey, Canterbury (W)
Tonbridge Priory (S)
Lamphey Court (SW)
St. Dogmael's Priory (SW)
St. David's Church and Palace (SE)
Cumner Abbey (SE)
Haverfordwest Priory (SE)
Llanddwynen Priory (SE)
Valle Crucis Abbey (E)
Binham Priory (SW)
Buckfastleigh Abbey (E)
Frithelstoke Priory (SE)
Byland Abbey (N)
Bedford Priory (E)
Chicksand Priory (SE)
Dunstable Priory (NW)
Holy Island Monastery (S)
St. German's Priory (SW)
Ewenny Priory (SW)
Holyhead Collegiate Church (S)
Neath Abbey (NE)
St. Winifred's Well & Chapel (N)
Esher Place (E)
Basingwerk Abbey (NW)
Mount Grace (W)
Southwell Palace (S)
Calder Abbey (W)
Denbigh Abbey (NE)
Holdenby Palace (S)
Melton Constable (SW)
Sion House [Abbey] (SW)
St. John's Abbey (NW)
Tintern Abbey (NE)
Bangor Church & Palace (SW)
Holme Cultram Abbey (SE)
Leicester Abbey (S)
Grace Dieu Nunnery (NW)
Lambeth Palace (NW)
Leez Priory (W)
Winchelsea Monastery (S)
Boxgrove Priory (NW)
Richmond Green Palace (E)
Tupholme Priory (S)
Penmon Priory (SW)
Lacock Nunnery (SE)
Daventry Priory (W)
Rumsey Nunnery (NW)
Lady Chapel, Osmotherley (E)
Kirkham Priory (N)
St. Mary's Abbey (S)
Eggleston Abbey (N)
Fountains Abbey (S)
Sawley Abbey (S)
Bolton Abbey (SE)
Brinkburn Priory (SW)
Valle Crucis Ebbey (W)
Walsingham Priory (E)
Minster Lovell Priory (N)
Hitchinbroke Priory (NE)
Leiston Abbey (E)
Scrivelby Hall (W)
Malmesbury Abbey (SW)
Battle Abbey (SW)
Buckden Palace (W)
Drayton House (S)
Glastonbury Abbey (S)
Hales Abbey (E)
St Alban's Abbey (SW)
Bradenstoke Priory (N)
Eltham Palace (NE)
Llantony Abbey (NW)
Cartmel Priory (SE)
Lincoln Palace (N)
Louth Park Abbey (NE)
Butley Priory (E)
Waverley Abbey (NW)
Milton Abbey (NW)
Tewkesbury Abbey (NW)
St. Edmundsbury Abbey (W)
Stratflour Abbey (W)
Brecon Priory (SE)
Montacute Priory (S)
Wells Palace (S)
Cold Norton Priory (SW)
Whitby Abbey (N)
Nutley Abbey (E)
Whalley Abbey (S)
Furness Abbey (S)
Croyland Abbey (W)
Castle Acre Priory (E)
St Martins Abbey (S)
Olveston Priory (SW)
Moor Tower, Horncastle
Abbotsbury Abbey (N)
Ulvescroft Priory (NW)
Lantphey Court (SW)
Aske Hall
Aston Manor
Easby Abbey
Honington Hall
Lazenby Hall
Malton Priory
Stanwick Hall
St Augustine's Monastery
St Osyth's Priory
Swinton Hall
Ulverstoke Priory
Wentworth House
Castles
Hay Castle (N view)
Wigmore Castle (S view)
Brampton Bryan Castle (SE view)
Raglan Castle (W view)
Grosmont Castle (W view)
Skenfrith Castle (N view)
Usk Castle (W view)
White Castle (W view)
St. Briavel's Castle (E view)
Caldicot Castle (SW view)
The Tower of London (S view)
Crickhowell Castle (S view)
Berry Pomeroy Castle (S view)
Dartmouth Castle (SE view)
Okehampton Castle (S view)
Powderham Castle (E view)
Tiverton Castle (SE view)
Acton Burnell Castle (S view)
Hopton Castle (E view)
Ludlow Castle (NW view)
Shrewsbury Castle (NW view)
Stokesay Castle (SW view)
Tong Castle (E view)
Allington Castle (S view)
Cooling Castle (S view)
Deal Castle (NW view)
Dover Castle (NW view)
Hever Castle (W view)
Leeds Castle (N view)
Richborough Castle (NW view)
Rochester Castle (NW view)
Saltwood Castle (SE view)
Sandgate Castle (NW view)
Sandown Castle (S view)
Tonbridge Castle (S view)
Walmer Castle (NW view)
Bishop Auckland Castle (SE view)
Barnard Castle (W view)
Brancepeth Castle (SW view)
Durham Castle (S view)
Hylton Castle (W view)
Lumley Castle (SW view)
Raby Castle (SE view)
Ravensworth Castle, Durham (E view)
Alton Castle (SW view)
Tamworth Castle (SE view)
Tutbury Castle (E view)
Kenilworth Castle (E view)
Maxstoke Castle (E view)
Warwick Castle (NE view)
Warwick Castle (SE view)
Beverstone Castle (N view)
Thornbury Castle (S view)
Amberley Castle (SW view)
Bodiam Castle (NE view)
Lewes Castle (S view)
Pevensey Castle (NE view)
Pevensey Castle (SE view)
Winchelsea Castle (W view)
Bolsover Castle (NE view)
Bolsover Castle (W view)
Bronsil Castle (SW view)
Dudley Castle (S view)
Hartlebury Castle (E view)
Goodrich Castle (SE view)
Codnor Castle (W view)
Clun Castle (NW view)
Farnham Castle (N view)
Guildford Castle (NW view)
Burgh Castle (S view)
Orford Castle (W view)
Mettingham Castle (N view)
Wingfield Castle (S view)
Colchester Castle (NE view)
Hadleigh Castle (N view)
Hedingham Castle (SW view)
Castle Acre Castle (S view)
Norwich Castle (SE view)
Blaenllynfi Castle (S view)
Bronllys Castle (N view)
Caerphilly Castle (SW view)
Cardiff Castle (NW view)
Criccieth Castle (W view)
Dolwyddelan Castle (E view)
Flint Castle (SE view)
Holt Castle (S view)
Morlais Castle (N view)
Oystermouth Castle (NE view)
Newark Castle (W view)
Conisborough Castle (S view)
Peveril Castle (NW view)
Pontefract Castle (unknown)
Stogursey Castle (W view)
Farleigh Hungerford Castle (N view)
Halton Castle (S view)
Camps Castle (NE view)
Clitheroe Castle (S view)
Lancaster Castle (SE view & SW view)
Oakham Castle (SE view)
Torksey Castle (W view)
Brougham Castle (NW view)
Brough Castle (SE view)
Norham Castle (SE view)
Prudhoe Castle (S view)
Alnwick Castle (SE view)
Kendal Castle (E view)
Sandsfoot Castle (N view)
Fowey Castle (SE view)
Dacre Castle (SE view)
Pendennis Castle (NE view)
Tretower Castle (S view)
Swansea Castle (E view)
Picton Castle (NE view)
Snape Castle (unknown)
Beaumaris Castle (N view)
Carreg Cennen Castle (SW view)
Ashby de la Zouche Castle (N view)
Ashby de la Zouche Castle (S view)
Launceston Castle (W view)
Lindisfarne Castle (S view)
Sherborne Castle (S view)
Old Wardour Castle (SE view)
Richmond Castle (W view)
Scarborough Castle & Town
Tattershall Castle (E view)
Conwy Castle (Ne view))
Harlech Castle (NW view)
Caernarfon Castle (SE view)
Beaumaris Castle (SE view)
Dolbadarn Castle (W view)
Laugharne Castle (SE view)
Chepstow Castle (NE view)
Rhuddlan Castle (SW view)
St. Mawes Castle (E view)
Restormel Castle (W view)
Gleaston Castle (W view)
Harlsey Castle (S view)
Sandal Castle (S view)
Bothal Castle (N view)
Chideock Castle (N view)
Rochester Castle (SE view)
Neath Castle (NW view)
Belsay Castle (S view)
Tenby Castle (E view)
Canterbury Castle (NE view)
Dunstanburgh Castle (SW view)
Egremont Castle (SW view)
High Head Castle (NW view)
Millom Castle (NE view)
Warkworth Castle (S view)
Naworth Castle (E view)
Cockermouth Castle (NW view)
Montgomery Castle (S view)
Powis Castle (SE view) - poor copy
Ruthin Castle (SW view)
Chirk Castle (N view) - poor copy
Caergwrle Castle (NW view)
Denbigh Castle (NE view) - poor copy
Denbigh Castle (N view)
Knaresborough Castle (S view)
Penrith Castle (N view)
Penrice Castle (NW view)
Coity Castle (S view)
Neath Castle (NW view)
Pennard Castle (NE view)
St Donats Castle (NW view)
Weobley Castle (NE view)
The Tower of London (W view)
Carmarthen Castle (S view)
Newport Castle, Pemb. (S view)
Dover Castle (N. view)
Dover Castle (W. view)
Carew Castle (SE view)
Cilgerran Castle (SE view)
Haverfordwest Castle (NE view)
Llawhaden Castle (SE view)
Narberth Castle (S view)
Pembroke Castle (NW view)
Rose Castle (NW view)
Scaleby Castle (NE view)
Llanblethian Castle (SE view)
Powderham Castle (SE view)
Caerphilly Castle (SE view)
Dinas Bran Castle (SE view)
Lincoln Castle (SW view)
Newport Castle, Gwent (E view)
Conwy Castle (SE view)
Hawarden Castle (SE view)
Arundel Castle (E view)
Llanddew Palace (SW view)
St. Michael's Mount (SE view)
St. Michael's Mount (SW view)
Oxford Castle (N view)
Castle Rising Castle (SE view)
Dunster Castle (NE view)
Kidwelly Castle (SE view)
Lullingstone Castle (NW view)
Green Castle or Castell Moel (W view)
Broughton Castle (NE view)
Carisbrooke Castle (N view)
Cowes Castle (W view)
Calshot Castle (S view)
Portchester Castle (NW view)
Hurst Castle (E view)
Framlingham Castle (W view)
Carlisle Castle (NW view)
Bamburgh Castle (SW view)
Beeston Castle (S view)
St. Michael's Mount (N view)
Tynemouth Castle & Monastery (N view)
Hartley Castle (E view)
Herstmonceux Castle (SW view)
Sheriff Hutton Castle (N view)
Brecon Castle (SE view)
Peel Castle [aka Fouldrey Castle] (NW view)
Lulworth Castle (NE view) -
Berkeley Castle (SE view)
Kirkoswald Castle (NE view)
Rockingham Castle (E view)
Horton Castle (SE view)
Betchworth Castle (E view)
Widdrington Castle (E view)
Chillingham Castle (W view)
Windsor Castle (N view)
Donnington Castle (NE view) -
Frodsham Castle (W view)
Caernarfon Castle (NW view)
Manorbier Castle (SE view)
Aberystwyth Castle (E view)
Somerton Castle (S view)
Nunney Castle (NE view)
Appleby Castle (NE view)
Cambridge Castle (NE view)
Cardigan Castle (& Priory) (S view)
Caernarfon Castle (NE view)
Sudeley Castle (SW view) -e
Belvoir Castle (E view)
Belvoir Castle (S view)
Trematon Castle (NW view)
Pendragon Castle (NW view)
Corfe Castle (S view)
Tintagel Castle (N view)
Pencelli Castle (S view)
Llansteffan Castle (NE view)
Dinefwr Castle (S view)
Chilham Castle (SE view)
Hornby Castle [Lancs] (S view)
Barnwell Castle (S view)
Chester Castle (NW view)
Pengersick Castle (E view)


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