National Geographic : 1922 May
THROUGH THE HEART OF ENGLAND IN A CANOE 479 Photograph from "Topical," © Central Aerophoto Co., ,td. KENILWORTH CASTLE, WHICH CROMWELL'S MEN DESTROYED Founded by Geoffry de Clinton about 1120 and distinguished by its Caesar's tower, or Norman keep, with walls 16 feet thick, Kenilworth Castle, five miles north of Warwick, lives in romance because of the events enacted there in the days of Queen Elizabeth. tllotograpl by R. J. Evans LEYCESTER HOSPITAL AND CHAPEL, HIGH STREET, WARWICK The road goes under the chapel through the arch; the hospital is the old building on the right. The chapel entrance is at the far end, up the steps and along the parapet over the arch, under the flying buttresses-a curious idea.