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Spofforth Castle 3D Model
Partially cleaned point cloud of half of the outer walling of Spofforth Castle, created from 48 photos shot around the castles eastern and north end.
Spofforth Castle is located on the west end of Spofforth village, North Yorkshire, England. The visible remains include the ruins of the 13thC manor house and 11thC remains built after 1067 by William de Percy. The west range is two storeys and can be traced back to the early 13thC. This part of building also houses the great hall built and modified in the 14th and 15th centuries. It remained the Percys main residence until the 14th century, when they moved north to Alnwick. During the Wars of the Roses, the house suffered at the hands of the Earl of Warwick, but eventually got restored in 1559. Records suggest it was inhabited to 1604 and attacked again later that century during the Civil War. Impacts from cannonballs can still be seen, particularly on the western side.