The secrets of Severndroog

Kate Duffy

Over the centuries, London’s defenders have been housed in a wide range of structures from Roman fortresses to the subterranean War Rooms. One of the more unusual is The Severndroog ‘folly’ that provided a look out point for London’s wardens during WWII. Designed in 1784 by architect Richard Judd, the castle has been a great asset to London. Now once again it has been given a new lease of life.

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