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Eaton Hall, in Ecclestone, Cheshire, England more

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Eaton Hall

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Eaton Hall, the Cheshire seat of the Duke of Westminster, is situated in a very large, though hardly picturesque, park, which is liberally thrown open to strangers, and, in consequence, is a great boon to Chester. The Grosvenor Lodge is only a few hundred yards from the city walls, and an avenue of two miles in length leads up to the deer-park, which is entered by a large lodge and gateway, and into which the public are freely admitted. (p. 134)

Eaton Hall is still owned by the Duke of Westminster. Most of the building shown in this engraving was demolished in 1963. The 10,000-acre estate is now only open four times a year.

A colour engraving of Eaton Hall


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