On my walk up the Limb Valley last week, the first place I came across was Whirlowbrook Hall. A grand-looking manor house that was built back in 1906. Originally a family home, its grounds were opened to public access in 1951.
The building is now used as a venue for weddings, conferences, and other events.
Bronica ETRSi, Zenzanon 50mm f/2.8 MC & Fujifilm Superia 100 (expired 2008). Grain2Pixel conversion.
Taken on 28 October 2020
4 thoughts on “Whirlowbrook Hall”
That manor house is splendid.
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Thanks. We have loads of places like this dotted around the city – the remnants of wealthy living but mostly turned over to commercial use rather than private residences these days.
It distinctly reminded me of a spooky manor-like hotel in an episode of a television show comedy series with Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (Nick Frost plays a cable repair person/paranormal investigator).
I think the low angle gives it a certain looming presence. I’ve started watching Truth Seekers too, although I’ve only watched the first episode so far – too many things to watch!