The original crooked house was built in 1592. In 1687 the council had to rebuild it having demolished it to make way for the Guildhall to the right. The tilt has occurred because of unseasoned Green Oak being used.
The street to the side of it is Queen Charlotte street and is said to be at 50feet 10 inches the shortest street in Britain. I bet somewhere else claims the record but it is cute and at the top you can see the pub handy to quench your thirst after an epic walk.
The guard having been changed inside Windsor Castle the relieved guard (right) march back to their nearby barracks. These are Coldstream Guards recognised by the Red plume on the right side of their bearskin. The bearskin in the past has been made from Canadian bear fur.
The arch they march through, the Henry VIII gateway, was many years ago fully accessible to the public enabling watching the guard being changed and a view of the inside walls.
Today you must purchase a ticket to access any part of the castle. Below is a short video I took of the guard arriving. Castle map.