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Lyme Park: About Thomas Peter Legh

Lyme Park: About Thomas Peter Legh

The Lyme Park courtyard, built in the early 19th century, is Palladian design with Doric pilasters, and was influenced by the courtyards of Italian villas.

The Lyme Park courtyard, built in the early century, is Palladian design with Doric pilasters, and was influenced by the courtyards of Italian villas.

This pond is just within the entrance gate, half a mile before the house. I first thought that it was the pond where Darcy jumped in the lake in P&P - but that pond is much further away.

This pond is just within the entrance gate, half a mile before the house. I first thought that it was the pond where Darcy jumped in the lake in P&P - but that pond is much further away.

The house and The Cage in snow at Lyme, Cheshire

The National Trust's Lyme Park, Cheshire, is a magnificent house and estate on the edge of the Peak District.

Wonderful walks for autumn: Follies and frolicking deer at Lyme ...

Wonderful walks for autumn: Follies and frolicking deer at Lyme Park, in Cheshire

Wonderful walks for autumn: Follies and frolicking deer at Lyme ...

A tapestry in the Morning Room, entitled Woman with a Casket of Jewels, another 17th century Flemish tapestry. The Morning Room was the sitting room for the Yellow Bedroom.

A tapestry in the Morning Room, entitled Woman with a Casket of Jewels, another century Flemish tapestry. The Morning Room was the sitting room for the Yellow Bedroom.

White fallow deer stag in the snow at Lyme, Cheshire. (c) National Trust Images

The National Trust's Lyme Park, Cheshire, is a magnificent house and estate on the edge of the Peak District.

Front side view of Lyme Park

Lyme Park was given by Richard II to the original Legh family in and was rebuilt during the reign of Elizabeth I.

James Cranke the younger (1748–1826)- Colonel Thomas Peter Legh (1753–1797)

James Cranke the younger Colonel Thomas Peter Legh

Statue of Neptune (Poseidon) atop Lyme Park

Lyme Park was given by Richard II to the original Legh family in and was rebuilt during the reign of Elizabeth I.

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