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Cresswell Hall (former)


Cresswell Hall, built 1821-4, had become structurally unsound and was demolished in 1937. In Hall Woods, stand the grand Stable Block and arched stone Gallery which flanked the approach to the Hall (both Grade II Listed buildings). The former East Lodge and North Lodge of the estate remain and are private residences. 
Cresswell Stable Block, Cresswell Hall Demolished Historic Buildings and Monuments in Cresswell Civil Parish 1824 Gallery, Cresswell Hall
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Cresswell Hall and gardens (Ellington and Linton; Cresswell)
- "The new Cresswell Hall was built between 1821-5 by John Shaw. By 1930 structural faults were said to be apparent and part of the building had already been demolished. The ...

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Simon Cotterill
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http://www.lostheritage.org.uk/houses/lh_northumberland_cresswellhall_info_gallery.html
- Image of a painting of the former Cresswell Hall

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Simon Cotterill
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Effectively blocked gateway

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North Lodge, Cresswell

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Keys to the Past HER: N11935

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