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Bowes Railway Museum (Springwell Line) originally opened in January 1826 and was planned and laid out by George Stephenson to serve Springwell Colliery which at the time was in the process of being sunk. It was …

Sitting in over 70 acres of beautiful parkland and stunning gardens, hidden in the beautiful South Yorkshire village of Cawthorne, just north of Barnsley, is Cannon Hall. For generations it was home to the Spencer and …

The History of Acklam Hall, or at least the land upon which it sits, is long and varied – with the earliest known record is an entry into the Doomsday Book which shows that the …

Winter’s Gibbet (also known as Elsdon Gibbet), and it situated  high up on moorland at the side of the road from Elsdon to Morpeth. The History of Winter`s Gibbet In 1792 William Winter broke into old …

Hermitage Castle is a forbidding and oppressive place. Seen from the east or west the architecture seems utterly brutal, sheer walls relieved only by a blind arch. Radio Scotland once broadcast a feature in which Hermitage Castle was …

Situated in the middle of the 320 acre “Scadbury Park” in Chislehurst, Kent;  is the famous thirteenth century Scadbury Manor House. The History of Scadbury Manor Originally owned by the De Scatheburys and then the Walsinghams, It is …

Situated in West Clandon, Surrey, Clandon House was built by the Venetian architect, Giacomo Leoni in the Early 1730’s. The History of Clandon House Replacing an Elizabethan property which was bought in 1641 by Sir Richard Onslow. The …

The Punchbowl can be found in the historic city of York nestling itself inside the city walls. The History of The Punchbowl York was originally called Eburos by the Romans (which is commonly believed to have something to …

The Old Well Inn can be found within Barnard Castle which is built on the site where an ancient Roman road fords the river Tees this is now spanned by a stone bridge. The street know as …

Gundulf, Bishop of Rochester, started work on building Rochester Castle around 1087. The History of Rochester Castle The keep (great tower) was built by William de Corbeil, Archbishop of Canterbury, in 1127, when he was granted custody of …

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