Pictures of buildings mentioned in the second edition “Suffolk” volume of “The Buildings of England” series by Sir Nikolaus Pevsner.

St Michael church is rich in history and merits two and a half pages in the first and second editions and rather more in the third. Pevsner says "One of the best series of mid-C16 Early Renaissance monuments in England, and among them one of a quality almost to match leading work in France."

After the church there is the castle (which is promoted ahead of the church in the third edition). Originating from the Bigod's in 1101 with traces from 1174 and the rebuild around 1200. Pevsner says "its shape is characterised by the curtain wall and its thirteen towers". Later, he notes that "Framlingham is one of the earliest cases of the fortified curtain wall." Significant additions are from the C16, C17 and C18. A view follows:
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With some more here:
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After the castle a 'perambulation' from which some examples follow in the order mentioned:
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7 Church St
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22 Double St
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34 Market Hill
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2 Church St
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Double St looking towards No 22
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5 Church St
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Unitarian Chapel
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Hitcham Almshouses
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Mills Almshouses
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Ancient House
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Mills (now Tomb) House
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Mausoleum inscription
To conclude, a view over to Framlingham College:
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