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Hyde Hall, Tameside, with farm building on the left

SOURCE: John Aikin. A description of the country from thirty to forty miles round Manchester (London, 1795), before p. 451 NOTES: The house was originally built in the mid 16th century but altered and extended in the following two centuries.

Topographical drawing of a group of simple timber houses and barns in a rural setting

Remnant, Sam
NOTES: This drawing may depict a colonial scene, possibly in the United States.

Bickley Hall Stables, Bickley, Bromley, London: perspective views of a cowshed and a stable block

Newton, Ernest (1856-1922)
NOTES: Bickley Hall was built in 1780 and was later acquired by George Wythes who developed the estate from the 1860s onwards. The Wythes left Bickley in about 1908.

Design for a farm in the Castle style

Smith, J. A. (fl. 1807)

Farm building doorways, Bitot

NOTES: In addition to being a landscape and architectural painter, lithographer and archaeologist, Bouet was also appointed Inspecteur de la Societe Francaise d'Archeologie. This drawing is one of a number of topographical studies and details of French, German, Italian and Swiss medieval architecture executed by him between around 1850 and 1865.

Countryside on the northern part of the site of Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire

NOTES: Milton Keynes, which incorporated the existing towns of Bletchley, Wolverton and Stony Stratford along with another fifteen villages and farmland in between, was designated a new town in 1967 and planning control was thus taken from elected local authorities and delegated to the Milton Keynes Development Corporation (MKDC).

Farm at Fulmer, Buckinghamshire

David Dry K. Halasz & Associates

Farm at Fulmer, Buckinghamshire: detail of the weatherboarding

David Dry K. Halasz & Associates

Farm at Fulmer, Buckinghamshire

David Dry K. Halasz & Associates