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Western Esplanade
Southampton
Hampshire
England
SO14 2NY
United Kingdom

About Catchcold Tower

Part of the Southampton Old Town Walk.

God's House Tower was built to defend the southern quays around 1417 and the sluices that controlled the level of the town's moats, and equipped with numerous gunports rooftop firing points, and by 1439 Catchcold tower had also been constructed, again designed to accommodate gunpowder weapons

Contact Details

n/a
Western Esplanade
Southampton
Hampshire
England
SO14 2NY
United Kingdom

About Catchcold Tower

Part of the Southampton Old Town Walk.

God's House Tower was built to defend the southern quays around 1417 and the sluices that controlled the level of the town's moats, and equipped with numerous gunports rooftop firing points, and by 1439 Catchcold tower had also been constructed, again designed to accommodate gunpowder weapons

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