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TQ5839 :: Calverley Park

Taken 8 months ago by N Chadwick near Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England

Calverley Park by N Chadwick
Calverley Park

Calverley new town is part of Tunbridge Wells. It was designed and built by Decimus Burton, between 1827 and 1842. It was designed to rival the Georgian development of Bath. The development includes Calverley Park (all the buildings on this road are Grade II* listed), a development of large Georgian Villas, Calverley Park Crescent (similar to the Bath Crescent), Calverley Grounds (now a public park) and various other outlying streets. The whole area is part of a conservation area and many of the buildings are Grade II & II* listed.
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Subject Grid Square TQ5839
Subject Lat/Long 51.129860,0.269396 (click to view more nearby images)
Near Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
Photographer N Chadwick
Taken 20201121 202011 2020 (about 8 months ago)
Submitted 2021-02-07
Snippet Calverley New Town ·
Context Park and Public Gardens ·

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