Longtown castle ruins is a one example of a motte and bailey castle, owned by Norman lords to maintain control over the Welsh.
They differ from motte and bailey castles because they do not have a motte.
There has been much confusion over the years as to where this original motte and bailey castle actually stood.
The monument comprises two areas which include the remains of a large Iron Age univallate hillfort and a twelfth century motte and bailey castle.
The railroad charged motorists 1p to cross the Lune Halton Castle is an earthwork motte and bailey.