The towering cliffs crowned by the fragmentary ruins looming far above. A path cut in the edge of the cliff leads to a footbridge across the chasm and a still narrower and steeper path hugs the face of the precipice on the opposite side until reaching a heavy oaken door. This door opens into the supposed site of King Arthur’s castle.
Source: Murphy, Thos. D.: “In Unfamiliar England” (1910) Painter: Thomas Moran (1837-1926)