This is a fantastic site and definitely worth a visit if you're in the area. But if you do not know the history take a guidebook. The site benefits from the lack of touristic paraphernalia, but the almost complete absence of information coupled with various bits of scaffolding, temporary fencing and "danger, keep out" signs detract from what could be a magnificent historical experience.
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