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Timbered Collection (#3)

Background imageTimbered Collection: Cheesehill (Chesil) Rectory, Winchester

Cheesehill (Chesil) Rectory, Winchester
The oldest house in Winchester, the Old Cheesehill Rectory. Now called The Chesil Rectory it is a restaurant serving fine cuisine. The building dates back to1450. Date: circa 1906

Background imageTimbered Collection: The Kalaw Hotel - Kalaw

The Kalaw Hotel - Kalaw - The Hotel is off to one side near the end of the valley - stucco and half-timbered, casual and unpretentious

Background imageTimbered Collection: Tudor Houses

Tudor Houses
Mill Street, Warwick, with a row of Tudor half-timbered houses, a glimpse of Shakespeares England. Date: 16th century

Background imageTimbered Collection: Alcester Town Hall

Alcester Town Hall
The fine half-timbered Town Hall at Alcester, Warwickshire, England. Date: 17th century

Background imageTimbered Collection: Entrance to St. Bartholomew-the-Great, London

Entrance to St. Bartholomew-the-Great, London
The Gatehouse. The Tudor entrance to St. Bartholomew-the-Great, West Smithfield, London Date: circa 1930s

Background imageTimbered Collection: Priest=Vicars Building

Priest=Vicars Building
The fine old half-timbered building of the Priest-Vicars at Lichfield, Staffordshire, England. Date: mid 14th century

Background imageTimbered Collection: England / Eardisland

England / Eardisland
A glimpse of the charming village of Eardisland, Herefordshire, with its charming black and white timbered houses and the River Arrow running serenely by. Date: 1950s

Background imageTimbered Collection: Saffron Walden - Old Houses on Church Street

Saffron Walden - Old Houses on Church Street
Saffron Walden, Essex - Old Houses on Church Street Date: circa 1910s

Background imageTimbered Collection: Tudor Summerhouse

Tudor Summerhouse
This Tudor summerhouse, in Soho Square, London, disguises a ventilation shaft from the underground railway tube station! London, England. Date: 16th century

Background imageTimbered Collection: Staple Inn, Holborn

Staple Inn, Holborn
The half-timbered structure of Staple Inn in Holborn, one of the few surviving Tudor buildings in central London. Dating from 1581, it was formerly an Inn of Chancery. Date: 16th century

Background imageTimbered Collection: Beeleigh Abbey

Beeleigh Abbey, near Maldon, Essex, England. The building dates back to the late 12th century, although the 13th century Chapter House is the chief remaining relic. Date: late 12th century

Background imageTimbered Collection: Pevensey Mint House

Pevensey Mint House
Ye Olde Mint House, Pevensey, Sussex, England, was erected in 1342 on the site of a Norman mint reputed to have been establised c. 1076. Date: 14th century

Background imageTimbered Collection: Half-Timbered Gateway

Half-Timbered Gateway
A black and white half- timbered courtyard gateway at Canterbury, Kent, England. Date: 16th century

Background imageTimbered Collection: Aldeburgh Moot Hall

Aldeburgh Moot Hall
Aldburgh Moot Hall, a fine red brick and timbered building, which was once in the centre of this quaint Suffolk town, before coastal erosion caused it to be close to the sea. Date: 16th century

Background imageTimbered Collection: Deep Thatched Cottages

Deep Thatched Cottages
Deep thatched cottages at Wherwell, Hampshire, England. Date: 1950s

Background imageTimbered Collection: BECKETTs COTTAGES

BECKETTs COTTAGES
Ancient cottages at West Tarring, Sussex, England. These are known as Becketts Cottages, because Thomas-a- Beckett was born in this village. Date: 1930s

Background imageTimbered Collection: England / Stoneleigh

England / Stoneleigh
Some of the fine timbered and brick-built cottages in the village of Stoneleigh, Warwickshire, England. Date: 1950s

Background imageTimbered Collection: Tudor House Museum

Tudor House Museum
The Tudor House Museum, Southampton, England. Built in the 1530s. Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth I are all reputed to have stayed here. Date: 15th century

Background imageTimbered Collection: Rowleys House

Rowleys House, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. It is a combination of an early 17th century mansion and a warehouse and has been a museum since the 1930s. Date: early 17th century

Background imageTimbered Collection: Oldest House in Wales

Oldest House in Wales
The Aberconway, an ancient timbered building in Conway, north Wales, which claims to be the oldest house in Wales. Built c. 1300, a fine example of medieval architecture. Date: early 14h century

Background imageTimbered Collection: Irby Old Hall

Irby Old Hall, a typical Cheshire farmhouse, England. Date: 1950s

Background imageTimbered Collection: England / Rye 1939

England / Rye 1939
This beautiful half-timbered building in Mermaid Lane, Rye, Sussex, England, is the Old Hospital. A true gem of Old England which has slumbered throughout the centuries. Date: 1939

Background imageTimbered Collection: Ledbury Market Hall

Ledbury Market Hall
The fine old Market Hall at Ledbury, Herefordshire, England. It was built in 1663 by John Abel, who then held the office of the Kings (Charles II) Carpenter. Date: 17th century

Background imageTimbered Collection: England / Eynsford

England / Eynsford
England/Eynsford

Background imageTimbered Collection: Tudor Schoolhouse

Tudor Schoolhouse
A winter view of the old School House at Arley, Cheshire, England, a fine black and white half-timbered building. Date: 16th century

Background imageTimbered Collection: St. Crispins Chapel

St. Crispins Chapel, a fine stone and timbered building at Colwall, Herefordshire, England. Date: Medieval

Background imageTimbered Collection: Wymondham Market House

Wymondham Market House

Background imageTimbered Collection: England / Lacock

England / Lacock
This lucky lone cyclist has the whole of this quiet village to himself. It is Lacock, Wiltshire, a perfect example of Tudor England, with its timbered houses. Date: 1930s

Background imageTimbered Collection: HALL I TH WOOD

HALL I TH WOOD
Hall i th Wood, near Bolton, Lancashire, England. Once the home of Samuel Crompton, the inventor of the Spinning Mule (1779), which revolutionised the cotton industry. Date: 15th century

Background imageTimbered Collection: KINGs HEAD, CHIGWELL

KINGs HEAD, CHIGWELL
The Kings Head inn, Chigwell, Essex, made famous by Charles Dickens, as the Maypole in his novel Barnaby Rudge (1841). Date: 17th century

Background imageTimbered Collection: Leather Bottle, Cobham

Leather Bottle, Cobham
The Leather Bottle pub, in the pretty village of Cobham, near Rochester, Kent, England. immortalised by Charles Dickens in Pickwick Papers. Date: 1930s

Background imageTimbered Collection: Stepcote Hill, Exeter, Devon

Stepcote Hill, Exeter, Devon
Stepcote Hill - the ancient West Entrance to the City of Exeter, Devon. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageTimbered Collection: Putting out Thatch Fire

Putting out Thatch Fire
The Fire Brigade deals successfully with a fire that has broken out on a thatched roof Date: 1950s

Background imageTimbered Collection: Britannia and Eve front cover, Christmas 1949

Britannia and Eve front cover, Christmas 1949
Front cover of Britannia and Eve magazine, Christmas number featuring an illustration of a quaint, snow-covered street of half-timbered houses, with children carol singing outside one door

Background imageTimbered Collection: Old timbered house by a river

Old timbered house by a river
An old timbered house at the side of a river

Background imageTimbered Collection: Old stone house with circular tower

Old stone house with circular tower
An old stone house overgrown with ivy, with a circular tower on the left

Background imageTimbered Collection: Old house with graveyard

Old house with graveyard
An old timbered house with a graveyard in the foreground

Background imageTimbered Collection: France, Nantes - Old Houses

France, Nantes - Old Houses, Haute-Grande-Rue

Background imageTimbered Collection: Brookland Church, Romney Marsh, Kent

Brookland Church, Romney Marsh, Kent
Brookland Church, Brookland, Kent on Romney Marsh, with its remarkable wooden, shingle-clad, octagonal belfry detached from the main structure of the church

Background imageTimbered Collection: Rouen, France - La Cour D Albane

Rouen, France - La Cour D Albane
La Cour D Albane - Rouen, France

Background imageTimbered Collection: Ancient Mill at Lery, France

Ancient Mill at Lery, France - previously the residence of Blanche de Castille

Background imageTimbered Collection: Housing designs by Oetzmann & Co. Ltd

Housing designs by Oetzmann & Co. Ltd
Two house designs by the Oetzmann & Co. Ltd. (of Hampstead Road, London) displayed at the Japan British Exhibition, London in 1910. On the left is Oetzmanns bungalow cottage, estimated cost 230

Background imageTimbered Collection: Rouen - France - Old Houses and Fountain

Rouen - France - Old Houses and Fountain
Old Medieval houses and an old fountain on the Rue St Romain, Rouen, France

Background imageTimbered Collection: Topiary at Plas Newydd

Topiary at Plas Newydd
Topiary in the gardens of Plas Newydd, the famous black and white timbered home of the Ladies of Llangollen, Denbighshire, Wales

Background imageTimbered Collection: Timbered Houses

Timbered Houses
Timbered and plastered houses which line the streets of Saffron Walden, Essex, England

Background imageTimbered Collection: England / Saffron Walden

England / Saffron Walden
Timbered and plastered houses which line the streets of Saffron Walden, Essex, England

Background imageTimbered Collection: Yorkshire Cottage

Yorkshire Cottage
A woman on the doorstep of her cottage, in the corner of the old Yorkshire village of Kilburn. Her bicycle, with its shopping basket, is at the garden gate

Background imageTimbered Collection: Half-Timbered Houses

Half-Timbered Houses
Fine Tudor half-timbered shops and houses on High Bridge, Lincoln, built on a ribbed Norman arch, c.1160. The dark vault under the bridge is the Glory Hole



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