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Out of all English Heritage places this is a) one of the closest to me in mileage and b) one of the most curious places I've ever had the pleasure of visiting. If you are in the area - DEFINITELY give this a look. The...More
the place is quite amazing the details that are built in to the walls are amazing for the time it was built you can see the owner had money. Parking is restricted to about five car spaces on the side of a busy road so...More
Catholic imagery, Father of one of the Gunpowder Plotters. Alan Moore's Voice of Fire. No loo though. (: Limited parking on the opposite side of a narrow road. Be careful crossing. Not open Monday and Tuesday. Another good use of English Heritage membership.
There is only roadside parking available and at best only room for 5 cars or so. The non members entry charge of £4.20 is not cheap considering you can cover everything in less than 30 minutes. Three floors, three gables, triangular windows and lots of...More
Strange, weird, at times dreary. Suggestive the history of the Triangular Lodge, a place rich in charm and mystery. Lost in the countryside around Rushton, this place filled with symbolism and history is a key step, you can see it in a short time and...More
Although there is little to see inside this small building it is worth spending some time to learn about its history and trying to unravel all the symbolism. Parking is very limited and the charge is a little steep: become a member of English Heritage...More