C0061 - Canons Ashby House - Croft Castle

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Croft Castle
This is a National Trust Property in Herefordshire.  The main building dates from the early 17th Century, although the building was dismantled and rebuilt after the English Civil War.   It is also a near-neighbour to Berrington Hall, found a short distance to the south-east.
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P57065 - The Gothic
Curtain Wall
P57066 - Archway
P57068 - The East Front
of Croft Castle
P57072 - The East Front
of Croft Castle
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P57076 - The East Front
of Croft Castle
P57078 - The Front Doors
of Croft Castle
P57079 - The  South and
East Fronts of Croft
Castle
P57080 - St Michael's
Church
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P57082 - St Michael's
Church
P57087 - The Lake
P57090 - The Walled
Garden
P57093 - The Walled
Garden
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P57094 - The Walled
Garden
P57096 - The Walled
Garden
P57099 - Statue
P57100 - The Walled
Garden
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P57103- Pond
P57118 - The Walled
Garden
P57119 - Bowl of  Flowers

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