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James Colter
James Colter • 2 years ago

Northborough Castle, also known as Northborough Hall, is a medieval fortified manor house in Cambridgeshire, England. It was built between 1333 and 1336 by Roger Northburgh, the Bishop of Lichfield; of the original manor, only the gatehouse and the hall still survive.

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