Shugborough's heterogeneous landscape. Copy of ...
The Ruins at Shugborough, with the remains of a statue of a Druid. ©National Trust Images/Andrew Butler
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The Shepherd's Monument at Shugborough ...
The ruin, curiously built as a ruin, but now in a more ruined, and reduced, stae
Misty view over Shugborough Hall, near Great Haywood village, Staffordshire, England, UK
... with deliberately contrived ruins. The Chinese House at Shugborough, 1747. ©National Trust Images/Andrew Butler
Chinese House, Shugborough, Staffordshire. Image courtesy of Stephen McDowall.
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Cattle on the Shugborough estate. ©National Trust Images/Andrew Butler
Aerial view of the Shugborough Estate © National Trust
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Kingston Lacy: the east front, with the loggia designed by Barry. Image: Dorset County Council.
Corfe Castle: the ruins of the medieval fortress slighted in 1646.
The Tower of the Winds in June on the Shugborough Estate, Staffordshire.
The Neo-Classical facade of Shugborough Hall transformed into a Georgian mansion between 1745-
Kingston Lacy: the west front, which retains the original cross-windows. Image: Nicholas Kingsley. Some rights reserved.
The Lanthorn of Demosthenes on the Shugborough Estate, Staffordshire. It was designed by James
June 11th: A contrived ruin at the Shugborough Estate which, by happy coincidence,
Since our narrow boating odyssey is partly about the historical trail, we felt compelled to visit the Shugborough Estate.
Kingston Lacy: the south front as altered by Barry, 1836-39. Image: Nicholas Kingsley. Some rights reserved.
Chinese painting on paper depicting ladies and their attendants in a pavilion with a stepped gable, with two female figures and a child playing a ball game ...
Conspiracy theory: The Shepherd's Monument in the grounds of Shugborough Hall has confounded code-
Shugborough Estate, Staffordshire. House with pillared portico
The Doric Temple in June on the Shugborough Estate, Staffordshire. The temple was designed
Lichfield Drive Bridge at Shugborough Park in Staffordshire. Photo taken by Paul Hunt, used
Horses crossing Essex Bridge from the Shugborough Estate in Staffordshire - Stock Image
One of a set of three Japanese porcelain covered jars made in Arita, Japan, 1715-35, on painted wooden Spanish colonial stands, at Shugborough, ...
Tomb of Lieutenant Richard Byrd Levett, King's Royal Rifle Corps, Church of St Thomas, Walton-on-the-Hill. Arms of Levett of Milford Hall and Levett of ...
An early folly: Rushton Triangular Lodge, Northamptonshire, built in 1597 by Sir Thomas
Chinese painting on paper depicting a lady playing a qin or seven-stringed zither in front of a pavilion, with other ladies listening and a pair of peacocks ...
Rocky Coastal Scene with Ruined Castle, Boats and Fishermen
Sinai Park House looks like it's falling down in this picture. In fact, that's only half the truth – yes, it's in a pretty bad state (and one set of eaves, ...
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Chinese objects in the Blue Drawing Room at Shugborough. Image courtesy of Stephen McDowall.
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The Ruins with the River Sow in the background in June on the Shugborough Estate,
The plan was to see Lichfield Cathedral in the morning and Shugborough Estate, home of the Earl of Lichfield in the afternoon. The best laid plans…
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justenoughisplenty: “ Tree, spare the woodsman! A sign cautions visitors to the gardens
And so like one of those gameshow contestants that has to look at the speedboat they didn't win, we ended up driving past Packwood so we could see it.
The mid-eighteenth century stable block on the Shugborough Estate, Staffordshire. - Stock
Portrait in pastels of Admiral Sir George Anson (1697-1762) by Francis Cotes (1726-70), at Shugborough Hall, NT 1270614. ©National Trust/Sophia Farley
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There were a great number of Anson children born between 1856 and 1877 at the family seat of Shugborough Hall.
Cherub in the garden with the River Sow and mist in June on the Shugborough Estate
Inveraray, Scotland, June 29, 2016: Inveraray Castle, the ancestral home of
Shugborough Hall, Staffordshire (Image: Neilsvrx via flickr)
The gardens at Shugborough Hall, Staffordshire, England UK - Stock Image
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Blenheim Palace, I love the architecture from the gilded age and baroque time periods. The palace is near Oxford, England and is in the English Baroque ...
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Carmichael House: the ruins of the west wing and central tower and corridor.
Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses
Shugborough is a country estate in Great Haywood whose original servants quarters entrance has been preserved
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N/A. English: Chinese House, Shugborough Estate - Staffordshire, England.
... so we headed over to Chartwell in Westerham the home of Winston Churchill, just a short drive from home. We arrived mid-morning and the car park was ...
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We can still see at Shugborough the Chinese pavilion, designed by Piercy Brett, a future Admiral who had been with Anson in Canton.
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Tixall Hall: the RC chapel created in 1823-27 from the ruins of the Tudor house and demolished in 1844. Image: © Trustees of the William Salt Library, ...
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Trees in the parkland in June on the Shugborough Estate, Staffordshire. - Stock Image
We didn't have time to stop, but these ruins are of Sawley Abbey. Sawley Abbey was an abbey of Cistercian monks in the current day village of Sawley, ...
HSBC UK have recently opened up their UK HQ right here in Birmingham at 1 Centenary Square at Arena Central, but did you know the bank originated as the ...
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