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DANBY CASTLE

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The remains of a 14th century quadrangular castle, possibly built between 1300 and 1302 under the aegis of William Latimer. There are later 16th century alterations. It is now in a ruinous condition and partly used as a farm building. The remains stand to a height of 7 to 8m. An extent of area was also mapped as part of the North York Moors NMP project with structural remains extant on the latest 2009 vertical photography. Scheduled.

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