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A winter view of Fountains Hall, North Yorkshire

A winter view of Fountains Hall, built between 1598 and 1611 with stones from the ruins of Fountains Abbey, North Yorkshire

Pevsner wrote that it "was an outstanding expression of High Victorian originality", and added "this Wagnerian palace was the most ambitious instance of Gothic Revival domestic architecture anywhere in the country"

Eaton Hall, near Eccleston, Chester. Demolished in 1961 as being considered too large, and replaced by a smaller house.

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