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https://flic.kr/p/pHMGHM | Moseley Old Hall, Wolverhampton 26/10/2014 | The upper landing. Moseley Old Hall is a National Trust property, north of Wolverhampton in the United Kingdom. It is famous as one of the resting places of Charles II of England during his escape to France following defeat at the Battle of Worcester in 1651. The Hall was built in 1600 and was the home of the Whitgreaves, a local Staffordshire family, mostly Catholics and Royalists. Thomas Whitgreave assisted Charles II…

https://flic.kr/p/pHMGHM | Moseley Old Hall, Wolverhampton 26/10/2014 | The upper landing. Moseley Old Hall is a National Trust property, north of Wolverhampton in the United Kingdom. It is famous as one of the resting places of Charles II of England during his escape to France following defeat at the Battle of Worcester in 1651. The Hall was built in 1600 and was the home of the Whitgreaves, a local Staffordshire family, mostly Catholics and Royalists. Thomas Whitgreave assisted Charles II…

https://flic.kr/p/hWMNhc | The King's Bed Chamber, Moseley Old Hall, Wolverhampton 12/10/2013 | This is the actual bedroom and bed where the future King Charles II slept whilst at Moseley.  Moseley Old Hall is a National Trust property, north of Wolverhampton in the United Kingdom. It is famous as one of the resting places of Charles II of England during his escape to France following defeat at the Battle of Worcester in 1651.  The Hall was built in 1600 and was the home of the Whitgreaves…

https://flic.kr/p/hWMNhc | The King's Bed Chamber, Moseley Old Hall, Wolverhampton 12/10/2013 | This is the actual bedroom and bed where the future King Charles II slept whilst at Moseley. Moseley Old Hall is a National Trust property, north of Wolverhampton in the United Kingdom. It is famous as one of the resting places of Charles II of England during his escape to France following defeat at the Battle of Worcester in 1651. The Hall was built in 1600 and was the home of the Whitgreaves…

Trentingham Manor was inspired by The Vyne, a National Trust property in Hampshire (which I relocated to sit on the banks of the Thames). Built in the early 16th century for Lord Sandys, Henry VIII's Lord Chamberlain, the house acquired a classical portico in the mid–17th century (the first of its kind in England) and contains a grand Palladian staircase, a wealth of old paneling and fine furniture, and a fascinating Tudor chapel with Renaissance glass. It's open April through October.

Trentingham Manor was inspired by The Vyne, a National Trust property in Hampshire (which I relocated to sit on the banks of the Thames). Built in the early 16th century for Lord Sandys, Henry VIII's Lord Chamberlain, the house acquired a classical portico in the mid–17th century (the first of its kind in England) and contains a grand Palladian staircase, a wealth of old paneling and fine furniture, and a fascinating Tudor chapel with Renaissance glass. It's open April through October.

Dunham Massey Hall, Altrincham, Greater Manchester An early Georgian house, Dunham Massey was extensively reworked in the early years of the 20th century. The result is one of Britain’s most sumptuous Edwardian interiors, housing exceptional collections of 18th-century walnut furniture, paintings and Huguenot silver, as well as extensive servants’ quarters.

Dunham Massey Hall, Altrincham, Greater Manchester An early Georgian house, Dunham Massey was extensively reworked in the early years of the 20th century. The result is one of Britain’s most sumptuous Edwardian interiors, housing exceptional collections of 18th-century walnut furniture, paintings and Huguenot silver, as well as extensive servants’ quarters.

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