Parlington Hall :: Stereo photos :: Driveway in Winter
Entrance Area :: Gravel Driveway
The drive in front of the main entrance, this took some working out, until I realised that the small fir tree in the foreground was the same tree that features in the middle foreground of the entrance area Porte Cochère. It then became clear that rather than a snowy day the scene was a hoar frost and that the darker areas were in fact gravel footpaths and the drive! The same footpaths are clearly shown on the pop-up plan, near to the arrow annotated as #8, the pathway running from the centre left into the drive is the one under the arrow and the footpath off to thr right, a very think line on the header image, is the pathway right at the top of the plan at right angles to the drive as it leaves the scope of the plan.
This page concludes the selection of stereo photographs from the 1860's there are a few more, including two good ones of the Triumphal Arch, and a rare shot of the cottage by the lake, which was drained in the early twentieth century. These will be added in the Structures Section to reduce cross referencing.
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