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The Earl's Drive, Alton

Woodland scene on the Earl's Drive in the grounds of Alton Towers. Known locally as The Pink Lodge, this building is situated a quarter of a mile west of Alton Towers (mansion house). Tudor Lodge, ...

The Entrance Lodge, Westwood Hall, near Leek

This Christmas postcard sent in 1913 shows one of the two lodges on the Westwood Hall estate. It was built in 1852 by John Davenport II, the owner of the Hall as part of a scheme of improvement on his ...

The entrance to Highfield Hall, Leek

The Grand Lodge, Beaudesert Park

This postcard view of the east front of the Grand Lodge, Beaudesert Park shows the carriage drive leading through the Lodge archway into the park which originally went on to Beaudesert Hall. The Grand ...

The Hall Lodge , Rolleston

The Hall Lodge standing by the entrance drive to Rolleston Hall. The Hall was built on the site of an earlier Tudor house which was the home of the Rolleston family. Around 1615 it was bought by Sir ...

The Hall Lodge in snow, Rolleston

The Hall Lodge standing by the entrance drive to Rolleston Hall. The Hall was built on the site of an earlier Tudor house which was the home of the Rolleston family. Around 1615 it was bought by Sir ...

The Lodge Gate, Wychnor Park

A postcard view of the lodge houses at East Lodge, Wychnor Park. Dating from the early 19th century, they are constructed of rendered brickwork and are Grade II listed.

The Lodge, Darlaston, Stone

An pencil sketch from a photograph album belonging to the Jervis family, with the caption: 'The Lodge, darlaston', and signed 'BJ'. The Darlaston estate was owned by Burton Abbey, but during the Reformation ...

The Lodge, Endon. Photographed by William Blake.

View of The Lodge at Endon, Nr. Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

The Lodge, Endon. Photographed by William Blake.

A view of The Lodge at Endon, Nr. Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.

The Lodge, Military Hospital, Newcastle-under-Lyme

The Lodge at the Military Hospital on Newcastle Road, Newcastle-under-Lyme. The building has since been demolished and is now (2017) occupied by part of the Royal Stoke University Hospital car park. During ...

The Lodge, Oulton Abbey, near Stone

Oulton Abbey, formerly Oulton House, was built by Thomas Dent, a solicitor, in about 1720. It was later owned by John Joule, the brewer, who added a new front in 1822. Between 1835 and 1838 it was occupied ...

The Lodge, Oulton Abbey, near Stone

Oulton Abbey, formerly Oulton House, was built by Thomas Dent, a solicitor, in about 1720. It was later owned by John Joule, the brewer, who added a new front in 1822. Between 1835 and 1838 it was occupied ...

The Lodge, Rodbaston

The Lodge has now been demolished.

The Lodge, Tittensor Chase

A tinted postcard view of the Tittensor Chase Lodge and the gardens at Spring Vale. Published by A.W. Tilley, Newsagent and Stationers of 7 Radford Street, Stone.

The Lodge, Weston Park, Weston under Lizard

Weston Hall was built by Sir Thomas and Lady Wilbraham in 1671. Lady Wilbraham is believed to have been the architect. In 1762 the Hall and Park passed to the Bridgeman family, later Earls of Bradford ...

The Lodges, Sandon Hall

Stafford Lodges and the gate to Sandon Hall. The original moated Sandon Old Hall was acquired by the Erdeswick family in 1338, but was sold to Lord Harrowby in 1776. The original building no longer ...

The Miner's Arms, Packmoor.

Customers and landlord William Henry Smith (right) at The Miner's Arms in Mellor Street, Packmoor, around the late 1950s. Part of Packmoor medical centre grounds now occupy the space where this pub ...