Clifford's Tower, York. The motte was first built 1068. The stone tower, 1250s and 1642-3. @Serlianna @yorkwallshttps://t.co/w5CzRGP8jU - 19 Jan
@taxisinyork @yorkwalls @EnglishHeritage @Serlianna @CarrJuniorYork @CarolynnAdams17 Thank you. Yes I do. Especially in York. 😉 - 19 Jan
The forebuilding, Clifford's Tower, York. Rebuilt 1642-3, but with many traces if the earlier structure left.… https://t.co/RKGW7Qb4XE - 19 Jan
In past times these railings at the top of the motte, Clifford's Tower, would have been a good fit for… https://t.co/jOKOEVgpsh - 19 Jan
@CarrJuniorYork Well done! - 19 Jan
Really getting to know Clifford's Tower. A #pencil study of the forebuilding. A way to go just yet. @yorkwallshttps://t.co/Syrn7cgrvO - 19 Jan
RT @Flintie1: Our teachers in York are doing an amazing job in difficult circumstances. Thank you @RachaelMaskell for tweeting about this.… - 19 Jan
Glad to be helping the pupils of @CarrJuniorYork with a bit of art teaching, especially the sketching group. https://t.co/eFsGiPaapl - 19 Jan

I recently retired from Historic England (formerly English Heritage) having workd on a range of projects illustrating historic buildings. Much of my recent work has included reconstruction drawings, bringing ordinary buildings back to life.

I have been illustrating historic buildings since 1981 creating drawn records for archive purposes, illustrating books and other publications. My long experience of illustrating historic builidngs led to my election as a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London in 2008.

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