Camber Castle - decay

Dave Godden

Maidstone, United Kingdom

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One of Henry VIII’s divisive castles on the south east coast of england, Camber near Rye in Sussex was original built on a spit of shingle in the river mouth.

500 years of silting have left it 1700m from the current shore and now surrounded by meadow but the wind has taken its toll on the soft sandstone and limestone casings used in its construction as this view of the East Bastion artillery embrasure shows.

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