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Richard Norman Shaw RA, Design for Widmore Road Lodge (Bailiff's House), Bromley Palace Estate, Kent: plans of ground and first floors, three elevations and two perspectives

Design for Widmore Road Lodge (Bailiff's House), Bromley Palace Estate, Kent: plans of ground and first floors, three elevations and two perspectives, 8 May 1863

Richard Norman Shaw RA (1831 - 1912)

RA Collection: Art

This lodge building at the entrance of the Bromley Palace Estate has been demolished.

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Object details

Title
Design for Widmore Road Lodge (Bailiff's House), Bromley Palace Estate, Kent: plans of ground and first floors, three elevations and two perspectives
Architect/draughtsman
Date
8 May 1863
Object type
Architectural design
Medium
Pencil and black ink on wove paper
Dimensions

496 mm x 804 mm

Collection
Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
07/4631
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