Caption for Buckden, The Gatehouse And The Palace 1906
The gatehouse has distinctive diaper brick patterning and the arms of Bishop John Russel (1480-94). It stands between the Great Tower on the left and Buckden Towers on the right, built in 1872 for Marshall Snelgrove. The Great Tower and the gatehouses and curtain walls are all that remain of the buildings that was once the palace of the Bishops of Lincoln; the great hall and chapel were demolished in the 19th century. Queen Catherine of Aragon resided at the palace in 1533 and 1534.
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