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Radway Tower and thatched cottage, Edgehill, June 1930

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This tower is situated at the summit of Edgehill on the B4086. It was built in the 1700s and replicates Guy's Tower at Warwick Castle. It is said to mark the spot where King Charles raised the standard before the famous battle between the Royalists and Parliamentarians at Edgehill in 1642. The tower is now a public house called The Castle

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Media ID 20252382

Date: 7th September 2020

Unique Reference Number: HP3E 080

Image Size: 2800 x 2102 Pixels

Filesize is 1.76MB

Associated Categories: Warwickshire

Keywords: castle, edgehill, radway, thatched cottage, tower, warwickshire