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Roger Fenton 
View of Henry the III Tower, Windsor castle 
[English architecture and landscapes.] 
1860 
  
Albumen print 
Manchester University - John Rylands Library 
Image Number: JRL17092403, Reference Number: VPH.7.21 
  
 
LL/103524 
  
View of Henry the III Tower, Windsor castle. The print has been incorrectly labelled the Henry VII Tower. An ivy covered tower with arched windows over three storeys; situated behind a stone wall that varies in height. There is a lamppost standing opposite the tower on the road. The tower was built in the 13th century by Henry III along with the Edward the III tower to strengthen the castles defences. The two towers are joined by a reinforced stone wall. 
 

 
  
 
  
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