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Within the confines of Warkworth Castle, the Lion Tower was the Northern entrance to the Great Hall of Warkworth Castle. Its name comes from the carved Lion above the door, the symbol of the Percy family who were granted the Castle by Edward III in 1332; the Lion Tower itself was built in the late 1400s.
Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warkworth_Castle English Heritage: http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/warkworth-castle-and-hermitage/history/description/ The excellent English Heritage plan of the castle is here: http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/content/visit/places-to-visit/history-research-plans/warkworth-castle-and-hermitage-phased-plan
The model was made in Photoscan using 54 stills shot almost all from ground level (a couple were taken from the main keep) - hence the indistinct upper surfaces to the tower.