226 drawings dating from 1700 to 2005, with one from the eighteenth century, two from the nineteenth century, then the rest from the 1920s onwards, but most from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.
Beginning in the 1960s there are many drawings showing renovation and works on the banqueting house (often called the gothic pavilion), in particular proposed public toilets from the 1970s.
Drawings created in the late 1970s show reinforced-concrete slabs for the keep. There are sheets from a topographic survey of the site from 1989. There are also photogrammetric surveys of the keep from 1985 and 1992 and a topographical survey of it from 1992.
From 1997 and 1998 there are a group of planting and fencing plans for the Grotto.
This Volume contains the following materials:
© Crown Copyright. Historic England Archive
© Historic England Archive
People & Organisations
Creator of Archive: Department Of The Environment
Creator of Archive: 3D Communication
Creator of Archive: Atkins Amc
Creator of Archive: English Heritage
Creator of Archive: M J Rees And Company Limited
Creator of Archive: Ministry Of Works
Creator of Archive: Ministry Of Public Building And Works
Creator of Archive: Ordnance Survey
Creator of Archive: Office Of Works
Creator of Archive: Torpy And Partners
Creator of Archive: Department Of The Environment, Ancient Monuments Branch
Creator of Archive: English Heritage (Historic Buildings And Monuments Commission)
Creator of Archive: Institute Of Advanced Architectural Studies
Creator of Archive: Plowman Craven And Associates
Medieval Keep And Bailey Castle, Post Medieval Keep And Bailey Castle, Hanoverian Banqueting House
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