Graffiti in Brougham Castle, Cumbria

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I have already posted about Brougham Castle in Cumbria, but I forgot to post about some graffiti that I found in the little chapel at the top of the keep.  I love finding old graffiti, maybe it would be better it there were none, but as man has always had the need to make his mark, its interesting to see how he made it down the ages.  The graffiti I came across in the keep it not the oldest I have found, and there might older on site, but I found some dated from the 1800’s……… I must say they were very neat.  

12 Replies to “Graffiti in Brougham Castle, Cumbria”

  1. I agree about the graffiti. This is rather neatly done! The black and white works really well on those old walls, makes them feel more ancient. But that last picture is really stunning! You’re doing some interesting things with light. 🙂

  2. Nice find! The children when they were young would carve their names on the head boards of their bed,needless to say it is interesting now to look at them.

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