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CASTLE CARLTON

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A Medieval planned 'town' thought to be of 12th century origin. The new town was apparently laid out in 50 or 52 tofts. The remains of these Medieval tofts and crofts are visible as earthworks and on aerial photographs. Castle Carlton was an established commercial centre by the 13th century and was sometimes known as Market Carlton.

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