Castle Howard Stray Walls reduced


North Yorkshire

The Stray Walls form a major part of the eighteenth century landscaping by Sir John Vanbrugh and Sir Nicolas Hawksmoor, amongst others.  


The walls and towers were in a poor state of decay and with a Natural England grant were partly rebuilt, extensively repaired, and in some places underpinned, needed as a result of undermining by burrowing rabbits.

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Cumbria and Liverpool

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