Trim castle - 1960's county Meath Ireland

Located 28 miles Northwest of Dublin on the banks of the Boyne River, Trim castle's area extends to 3 acres, comprising of eight towers in addition to the gatehouse. Excavations during the 1970's revealed the stone keep & a number of ancillary buildings. Many of the castle's original features have been restored following a conservation project during the 1990's. In recent years the castle & village were the location for scenes in Mel Gibson's movie Braveheart.
Trim village & Norman castle, Co. Meath Ireland aerial photo
Early 1960's Ireland aerial photograph of Trim village in county Meath. In the foreground the Norman castle founded by Hugh de Lacy in 1173 & completed in 1250.
Photograph by Brendan Doyle © Irelandposters
 
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