A view within Kenilworth Castle from the outer court, with Leicester's Buildings to the left and the Keep to the right
- 1875 - 1900
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This is a copy negative, created in 1964 from the original print held in this collection (OP10057). Kenilworth Castle dates from the twelfth century, with Leicester's Buildings, visible to the left of the frame, completed in the sixteenth century. Leicester's Building was constructed by Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, as a three-storey high-status accommodation block for visitors to the castle. The original photograph was taken by James Valentine and Sons Limited.
Source: Historic England Archive