Gleaston Castle

 Gleaston Castle

Gleaston Castle is a medieval building, it was most likely built for John Harington, 1st Baron Harington in the 14th century, replacing nearby Aldingham Motte. As the castle was disused from the mid-15th century it fell into dilapidation, and antiquarian depictions from the 18th century show Gleaston in a state of ruin. Though it is not open to the public, it has been the subject of historical and archaeological investigation in the 20th and 21st centuries.

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