Brough Castle, now in ruins, is the attraction of the town of Brough, England. Along with the church structures of the area. The castle was constructed from the Roman fort that was there, the fort of Verterae, by the River Eden and protected by the mountains known as the Pennines. Its construction began in the late 11th century and was one of the most significant Norman barons, William Rufus, who ordered the construction. He was attacked by the Scots in the 12th century what they made in repair is exploited for the 1st extension, was when he added the big square tower that is still standing and when they got rid of all external structures of wood.