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The Weavers, Canterbury, Kent AA019453 Featured Tudor and Stuart Architecture Image

The Weavers, Canterbury, Kent AA019453

THE WEAVERS, Canterbury, Kent. These timber-framed buildings on King's Bridge were adapted in the 17th century for the looms of the Walloon weavers. The river was needed for finishing cloth. Fulling mills were later adapted for paper-making. Photographed by Laurence Goldman in April 1960

© Historic England

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Old Wardour Castle N080981 Featured Tudor and Stuart Architecture Image

Old Wardour Castle N080981

OLD WARDOUR CASTLE, Wiltshire. General view from the north. Built in the late 14th century by John Lord Lovel, updated by the Arundell family after c.1570, the castle saw much fighting during the Civil War and the romantic ruin was later incorporated into the 18th century garden landscape of New Wardour House. Part of the film Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves, was filmed here

© Historic England

Hampton Court Palace AA064609 Featured Tudor and Stuart Architecture Image

Hampton Court Palace AA064609

HAMPTON COURT PALACE, Greater London. People strolling outside the south front to Hampton Court Palace with a man crouched taking a photograph of a woman, a pollarded tree in the foreground. Photographed by John Gay. Date range: 1955-1965

© Historic England

People, Shadow, Stuart, Tree, Visitor