Severndroog Castle, Shooters Hill SE London

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Philip Rainbird on January 9, 2011

Severndroog castle was built in 1784 as a memorial to Sir William James by his wife, Lady James to celebrate his most famous exploit in 1755 when he destroyed the fleet and stronghold of pirates on an island fortress off the west coast of India. Now in a state of disrepair after over 20 years of neglect by Greenwich council, the castle is now on course to full renovation by the Severndroog castle building preservation trust.

Zoltan Molnar on February 2, 2011

Very good picture!



Greetings from Hungary, Zoltan

christorres on February 6, 2011


americatramp on February 9, 2011


Really Great shot!


Good luck

The heartiest greetings, Christian

Diggory Venn on July 29, 2013

striking castle

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  • Uploaded on January 9, 2011
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    by Philip Rainbird
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