Guy's Tower of Warwick Castle

The Great Hall of Warwick Castle
The coronation portrait of Elizabeth I used to hang in this hall
until moved to the National Portrait Gallery in London

View from Guy's Tower towards the oldest
part of the castle, a fortification made under the
orders of William the Conqueror.

View of the courtyard from the fortification in
the picture above.

Outside Guy's Tower

A row of houses seen outside the walls of Warwick Castle.
Their architectural style is the famous 'black and white'
Tudor buildings.

Warwick town, as seen from Guy's Tower.
The Church of St. Mary's is visible.

The Beauchamp Chapel in the Church of St. Mary's
The tomb to the left is Robert Dudley and his second wife.
In the right foreground is Ambrose Dudley
Photo © RJL Smith & Associates, Much Wenlock, Shropshire

The Lord Leycester Hospital,
founded by Robert Dudley, the Earl of Leicester

Another view of the Hospital


All photos © Lara E. Eakins except where noted

England and Wales 1998
Photography and Travel