Wanna See Six Destroyed British Castles Rebuilt Digitally?


Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed, Wales

Sorry, not a dead body this time, y’all. But this is still awesome, and much less graphic, smelly and vomit-inducing; I PROMISE!


Goodrich Castle, Herefordshire, England

Onward and NoeMan Studios have come together to digitally rebuild some of the most historic castles in the United Kingdom. Why? Well, at one time, these structures were strong, proud monoliths — ranging from castles, churches, stately houses, etc. — that commanded the respect of its surrounding countrysides now lie in ruin. The thing about looking at these once grand structures in their current state is imagining what the aura of these buildings must have been when they were complete and together. Apparently, so did Onward and NoeMan Studios.


Dunstanburgh Castle, Northumberland, England

The six selected castles are spread across England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland, and provide a interesting glimpse of these buildings’ legacies of “the true splendor enjoyed and defended by yesteryear’s barons, queens, and kings.”


Caerlaverock Castle, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

Bothwell Castle, South Lanarkshire, Scotland

Dunluce Castle, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland
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