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SHERIFF HUTTON CASTLE

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The standing and buried remains of a quadrangular castle, built in 1382, as the successor to an earlier motte and bailey castle (SE 66 NE 8). It consisted of four angle towers and connecting ranges and was in a ruinous condition by 1618. The two western towers remain together with the gatehouse (probably an early 15th century addition), and fragments of the two other towers and connecting ranges.

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