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A ruined hall, with cobwebs galore, a gothic mansion, a scene of death and decay, of neglect and ruin, a goth dream, perhaps the home of Victor or Victoria from the film Corpse Bride!
Specially drawn for “The Leisure Hour” by Herbert Railton
A kind of old hobgoblin hall,
Now somewhat fallen to decay,
With weather-stains upon the wall,
And stairways worn, and crazy doors,
And creaking and uneven floors,
And chimneys huge, and tiled and tall.
From the Prelude to Longfellow’s ‘Tales of a Wayside Inn’ (p. 401)
The image is signed Herbert Railton, 1904; the drawing was done just a few years before his death. It is out of cpoyright.