Designs for Knowsley Hall, Lancashire: perspective of a gate lodge and bridge
|Architect/Designer||Burn, William (1789-1870)|
|Subject||Country houses ; Lodges ; Castellation|
NOTES: This design is somewhat similar to the design of Liverpool Lodge and is perhaps a preliminary design. Liverpool Lodge was situated at the south-west corner of the estate and was one of the principal entrances. It was demolished when the M57 motorway was built.
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