Lacock Abbey, Laycock, Wiltshire
The main entrance on the west side showing the imposing double staircase which is where visitors enter the house. The National Trust don't allow photographs to be taken inside the house so I can't show you any interior views.
Part of Fox Talbot's Botanic Garden. A small area with a colourful display of flowers and a large lawn.
Sir William Sharington built a stable courtyard, which included a bakehouse and brewery and this shows the Brewery part of that Tudor Courtyard. This part of the courtyard buildings is open to the public but the rest appears to be used as administrative buildings.
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In the mid 19th century William Henry Fox Talbot remodelled the south elevation and added three new oriel windows shown in this view. In 1835 he made the earliest known surviving example of a photographic negative featuring the oriel window in the south gallery. This view of the south side also shows Sharington's Tower on the far corner.
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