Enniskillen Castle


Colonel Tiffin inspires his regiment outside the Watergate of Enniskillen Castle. The turrets of the castle are recognisable today but the building fell into ruin in the mid 18th century and was rebuilt. The men were not well armed at first and resorted to reaping hooks and pikes. The flag of St George was the national flag until the Act of Union in 1707.


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