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Conservatory, Enville Hall, Enville, Staffordshire
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The glasshouse at Enville Hall was constructed for the Earl of Stamford and Warrington in 1854. It is an exotic structure which combines gothic windows with 'Indian' domes. A demolition team stationed at Enville Hall during World War II blew the glasshouse up for practice.

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Reference: bb80/03043
Location: Staffordshire >> Enville Date Taken: circa 1910
Period: Victorian (1837 - 1901)
Keywords: country, house, lake, building, architecture, garden, conservatory, design, gothic, dome, Victorian (1837 - 1901)
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