The remains of the thirteenth century water gate of Bridgwater Castle, looking from the inside out to the east, located between buildings on West Quay and part of an area of castle remains that include the castle's east wall and an undercroft

Date:
21 Mar 1950 - 15 May 1950
Location:
Former Water Gate Of Bridgwater Castle, West Quay, Bridgwater, Sedgemoor, Somerset
Reference:
AA50/06122
Type:
Photograph (Negative)
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Description

Originally, the River Parrett flowed right up to the castle wall and this arched entranceway provided access into the castle through the east wall for those arriving by boat. The associated undercroft can be accessed from nearby Chandos Street and the former east wall of the castle can be seen at the corner of Chandos Street and West Quay.

Archival History

Print accessioned into the collection of the National Buildings Record 15/05/1950.

Content

This is part of the Collection: NMR07 NMR Accessioned Negatives - Catalogued

Rights

© Historic England Archive

People & Organisations

Photographer: Wills, Reginald Frank

Keywords

Medieval Water Gate