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SHREWSBURY CASTLE

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The castle originated as a motte and bailey in the late 11th century though none of the original castle survives. A stone castle with a great hall and towers was built circa 1300 by Edward I. The castle was altered and added to during Civil War. In 1780-90 Telford made further alterations and restoration work was also made by Sir Charles Nicholson in 1926. Scheduled.

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