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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drawbridge

In early castles the bridge might be designed to be destroyed or removed in the event of an attack, but drawbridges became ...

www.medievalchronicles.com/medieval-castles/medieval-castle-parts/drawbridges-medieval-castles

Medieval Castles advanced throughout the medieval period as new defensive parts such as castle drawbridges were added to them, one of the most effective ...

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Feb 16, 2013 ... Tour of Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK - Duration: 9:01. Craig Simons 22,038 views · 9:01 · Raising the draw bridge at Newman's ...

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A drawbridge was a wooden bridge leading to a gateway, capable of being raised or lowered to either accommodate or prevent entry into the castle, and often ...

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Sep 20, 2012 ... Jeremiah Cox made this nice video of the drawbridge - thank you Jeremiah! There are 300+ 'castles' in the U.S., but the only other one I found ...

www.ancientfortresses.org/castle-drawbridge.htm

Visit this site dedicated to providing information about the Castle Drawbridge.Fast and accurate details about Parts of castles including the Castle Drawbridge.

www.castlesandmanorhouses.com/architecture_04_gates.htm

Each portcullis was mounted in vertical grooves in castle walls and could be raised or lowered quickly by means of chains or ...

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www.castles-of-britain.com/portcullis.htm

A portcullis was a heavy grilled door that dropped vertically down through slots or guides, and most often protected the main entrance of the castle. It could be ...