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Castle Howard, Henderskelfe / Huttons Ambo / Slingsby / Welburn / Bulmer / Coneysthorpe - Ryedale
Gardens, pleasure grounds and park with a mixture of geometric and less formal features developed c1698-1738 by Charles Howard, third Earl of Carlisle and Sir John Vanbrugh (1664-1726) possibly with some advice from Stephen Switzer (1682-1745). Key buildi..
The Mausoleum and bastion wall with gates and railings, Kirk Hill, Castle Howard Estate, Henderskelfe - Ryedale
Mausoleum by Hawksmoor, from 1729 to 1742, modelled on the tomb of Metella. Situated on a bluff circa 1.2 kilometres east of the mansion and visible from the Temple Terrace and the Temple of the Four Winds (from 1724 to 1728 by Vanbrugh), both south east ..
The Pyramid, St Annes Hill, Castle Howard Estate, Henderskelfe - Ryedale
Commemorative monument of 1728 by Hawksmoor, situated on a knoll and dominating views to the south from the Broad Walk and South Parterre. Decaying stone pyramid suffering from cramp damage. Five of the eight piers at the corners have been repaired with t..
The Stray, Castle Howard, Henderskelfe - Ryedale
Castellated walls, four metres high, with square and round interval towers stretching for one mile to either side of the main drive, immediately south of the pyramid gate. Built to the designs of Sir John Vanbrugh c1723 as a landscape feature. Eastern hal..
Walls to walled garden with gates and corner piers, Castle Howard Estate, Henderskelfe - Ryedale
Walls to the walled garden, early C18 by Sir John Vanburgh. The brick walls are in fair condition but the calcareous sandstone piers are decaying, largely due to corrosion of iron cramps. They are in need of extensive repair. Programme of repair identifie..
Walled garden gate piers to Central north south Lane, Henderskelfe - Ryedale
Pairs of monumental gate piers crossing the walled garden at Castle Howard, probably by Vanbrugh. The stonework is suffering from the effects of rusting iron cramps and frost damage.
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