Latest edit 6Jun 2009

The Bourne Archive Gallery


© 2006 R.J.PENHEY

Figure 14. Bourne Castle. The far edge of this puddle curves round the base of the motte. The single tree to the right of centre, stands on the motte’s revetment. On the left, the grass beyond the first row of trees represents the defensive lake in the river’s natural valley. This is now made ground over the former watercress beds. The grass in the middle ground in front of it is Hibbitt’s Figure 6 feature C. In the background on the right is the Wellhead Pool. Beyond it is the broad part of the pomśrium, which shows as grass.

(Picture date late 2002)