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Tyntesfield, south side
Tyntesfield, south side
View of the approach to the house from the west via the visitors centre, effectively to the rear of the property. Architect John Norton designed an ir
View of the approach to the house from the west via the visitors centre, effectively to the rear of the property. Architect John Norton designed an irregular roof to emphasise the asymmetrical design. This picture was taken in September 2005, before the restoration of the roof and its distinct diaper-pattern.
Image of Tyntesfield in an 1866 edition of The Builder magazine (the central clock tower shown was demolished in 1935 at the decision of Lady Wraxall,
Image of Tyntesfield in an 1866 edition of The Builder magazine (the central clock tower shown was demolished in 1935 at the decision of Lady Wraxall, owing to dry rot)
The chapel, built 1872–1877, is modelled on Sainte-Chapelle in Paris. The chapel was licensed for family services, used daily for prayers, but was nev
The chapel, built 1872–1877, is modelled on Sainte-Chapelle in Paris. The chapel was licensed for family services, used daily for prayers, but was never consecrated.
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All Saints' Church, Wraxall
All Saints' Church, Wraxall
Tomb of Sir Edmond Gorges (d.1512) and his wife Ann Howard, north wall of east end of chancel, Wraxall Church
Tomb of Sir Edmond Gorges (d.1512) and his wife Ann Howard, north wall of east end of chancel, Wraxall Church