||The west wall of this Saxon Shore fort
||Only the motte remains.
||Site of a Saxon Shore fort, no remains
visible. Excavations have found walls 9 foot thick around a 6 acre
||A motte castle built in 1341 with a deep
moat. Only part of a tower and the walls are still visible. Surrounded
by private land, no easy access.
|| TL 678613
|| An overgrown earth ringwork and bailey
is all that is left. 4 miles east of Bedford on the A428
||The earthwork remains of a late 11th or
early 12th century wooden motte and bailey castle with three baileys.
Close to a footpath near Clophill.
A 40 foot mound and bailey, probably
||The motte remains beside Toddington church.
|| A motte and bailey castle, now covered
by trees. Located west of the A1 at Tempsford, south of Mill Lane.
The site is visible from the road.