Lost Country house interiors
Architecture drawing plan
He correctly identified the Hamilton Mausoleum in H.
Tusmore Park The staircase hall at Tusmore Park designed by the architects Imrie and Angell. Formed by the removal of the floor of the original first floor entrance hall.
Saloon, Copped Hall, Essex, Destroyed by fire But slowly being restored
The large library, formerly the state dressing room at Wentworth Woodhouse.
Painted mural decoration in the drawing room at Ashburnham Place, ascribed to James Athenian Stuart. The house was demolished in the Pub Orig CL
Duchess's Bedroom, Hamilton Palace, Scotland, Destroyed 1929
Drawing Room. Chesterfield House, London, Destroyed 1934
Interior of Ashburnham Place
313 The upper staircase Norfolk House London
Music Room, Rolls Park, Essex Destroyed 1953
The drawing room at Sutton Scarsdale Hall
State Bedroom, Normanton Hall, Rutland, Destroyed 1925
England's Lost Houses by Giles Worsley
Hall, Stoke Edith, Herefordshire, Destroyed 1927
A view showing the billiard room ceiling. Photographer: Nathaniel Lloyd, Date May 1922