Liddel Strength
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From "A Hawick Word Book" by Douglas Scott

Liddel Strength (li-dul-strenth) n. ruined fortress on the south bank of the Liddel Water, near the confluence with the Esk and the village of Moat in Cumbria. It has an impressive high motte and two baileys built on a cliff and dating to the 12th century with a later tower.
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Border Archaeology,
3 May 2016, 23:41