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1874 – Shooting Lodge, Sandringham, Norfolk

Architect: C.S. Beck


Perspective view including ground plan from The Building News, July 24th 1874: “One of the view,s we give this week illustrates a Shooting Lodge for H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, on the Sandringham Estate, Norfolk, from designs by Mr. C. S. Beck, Glasgow. It is pleasantly situated on an eminence, having an extensive view of the surroundings. The plan is designed for the accommodation of his Royal Highness and company when out shooting. The walls are built of the local Car stone in block and rubble, with red brick dressings from a local yard. The chimneys were supplied by Mr. Gunton, of Cossey. The ornamental plaster panels were executed by Mr. J. Steel, jun., of Glasgow. Mr. Curtis, of Litcham, Norfolk, was the sole contractor. “

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