C0075 - Kingston Lacy - Kingston Lacy

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Kingston Lacy
This is a National Trust Property in Dorset, just  east of Blandford Forum.  Owned by the same family (the Bankes) as Corfe Castle, it became their principle residence after the destruction of the castle at the end of the English Civil War.  The property was bequeathed to the National  Trust in 1981, along with various other holdings, including Corfe Castle; this was the Trust's biggest ever bequest.

This collection is on a location-based ordering  system, using the numeric location references on the 2013 visitors' map, and with the house photographs coming first.  
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P66635 - Kingston Lacy House
P61628- The Rose
Garden
P61693- Lion Statue
P61694 - Potted Plant
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P61695 - Armillary
P66637 - Egyptian
Obelisk
P66633 - The Parterre
P66634- The
Parterre
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P61684 - Urn
P61639 - The Sunken
Garden
P61640 - The Sunken
Garden
P61641 - Sheep
Sculpture
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P66639 -The Acer Glade
P61638 - Path, The
Blind Walk
P61642 - Statue,
The Blind Walk
P61644 -  Sundial
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P61643 - Lime
Avenue
P66665 - Lime Avenue
P61645 - The Lady's
Walk
P66651 - The Lady's
Walk
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P61651 - Pavilion
P66643 - The Japanese Garden
P66643 - The Japanese Garden
P66646 - The Japanese Garden
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