List number: 1371023
List grade: 2
Keys to the Past HER: N14055
Grid ref: NZ2889692967

Gallery, Cresswell Hall

Early 19th century stone gallery of 16 columns which flanked the approach to the former Cresswell Hall. The gallery is in Hall Woods and is a Grade II listed building.

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Ruin of colonnade in Hall Wood at Cresswell

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GALLERY 90 METRES EAST OF STABLES - Cresswell - List Entry
- "Gallery flanking approach to former Cresswell Hall, c.1824 by John Shaw. Ashlar. Quadrant plan. 16-column arcade linking 2 open square end pavilions; Roman Doric Order with paired square piers....."

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Gallery at Cresswell Hall (Cresswell)
- "The remains of an early 19th century gallery stand on the former approach to Cresswell Hall. It has a gallery of 16 columns linking two pavilions...."

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Simon Cotterill


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