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Lotherton after 1903 extension

View of Lotherton Hall after the 1903 extension. To the left is the drawing room and grand entrance hall, an addition made in 1903 by Colonel and Mrs. Gascoigne to plans drawn up by the Estate Office. The smaller projection in the centre is the Morning Room or Boudoir. This section of the house dates from the 18th Century but was remodelled for Richard Oliver Gascoigne in 1828. Adjacent to the Morning Room, right, is Colonel Gascoigne's Medal Room where mahogany bookcases displayed his collection of military books and medals. Next is the original dining room dating from the 1890s, but which later became the library when the new dining room was extended on the east end of the building, far right.

Lotherton after 1903 extension
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