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Tuesday, 9 June 2009

Kingsley Hill: 2.




Is this it? The Brian/Pattie photo taken from the direction of the arrow. It certainly looks like it could be - those lawns fit with the other photos too.

2 comments:

  1. No. That isn't the place at all.
    Try Google Earth here:
    50°56'18.46"N, 0°17'53.50"E
    This shows the circular oast house South East of the house (and in the foreground of the B+W photo). BTW an Oast House was a farm building once used for drying hops. It shows the entrance porch nestling in a corner on the southern side of the main house.
    The sundial is due south of the house under the solitary circular tree alongside the drive.
    Ray

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  2. Errrr...yes. True, dear chap, but this post was a long time ago, and this blog is a work in progress at all times, and if you keep reading you'll see. I should really go through every entry again, and clean them up in light of later discoveries, but at this point I cannot be arsed.

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