Saturday, February 13, 2010

Third Floor of Tamworth Castle

Here is the third floor of Tamworth Castle.

There is also a fourth floor, but I think it is merely the battlements of the tower and the portion of the keep on the left-hand side.

If you do a search of Tamworth Castle, you will find several photos, including some nice aerial pictures. I sometimes have a hard time visualizing old castles, without some photos to fall back on.

The nice thing about the Tamworth Castle site is that they have easily two dozen or more different photos, including many interior shots, to help you visualize the rooms. That helps when trying to describe them to your players.

4 comments:

Christian said...

Digging these maps! Your players will have a great time exploring and hacking their way to fame and fortune!

sirlarkins said...

Yes, definitely swiping these maps! :)
They'll work great for when my D&D group is eventually ready to assault the Iron Spire Conclave...

Tony said...

Nice! I like the kind of craggy layout, like someone really built this place.

A Paladin In Citadel said...

Glad to hear these maps are interesting, feel free to yoink them.

I found a youtube video of the exterior of this castle, i'd love to see the interior though.

Maybe they prohibit interior recording?