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TL8422 :: Entrance passageway to Paycokes House, Coggeshall

Taken 6 years ago by David Smith near Coggeshall, Essex, England

Entrance passageway to Paycokes House, Coggeshall by David Smith
Entrance passageway to Paycokes House, Coggeshall

The Tudor merchant's house (National Trust) has carved figures on either side of the passageway
National Trust
A National Trust is an organization dedicated to preserving the cultural or environmental treasures of a particular geographic region. They generally operate as private non-profit organizations, although some receive considerable support from their national government. The first such organization was the National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty, which is the National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland, formed in 1895 and operating as a charitable organisation. Extract from Wikipedia LinkExternal link List of National Trust places LinkExternal link
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Subject Grid Square TL8422
Subject Lat/Long 51.870385,0.682622 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Coggeshall, Essex, England
Photographer David Smith
Taken 20140614 201406 2014 (about 6 years ago)
Submitted 2014-06-30
Snippet National Trust ·
Context Historic sites and artefacts · Village, Rural settlement ·
Tag National Trust property · wood carving · carvings ·
Group Tudor Merchant's House ·

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