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UPPER TOWN WEST GATE

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The West Gate of the upper town at Lincoln, was discovered buried in the mound of the Norman castle, north of the Postern Gate, but south of the north-west angle of the castle inner bailey. The grest arch collapsed upon discovery and the structure was reburied to save further collapse. It was exposed in 1984 during investigations of the Mediaeval West Gate, but only 11 voussoirs were exposed and reburied.

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