Rushton Triangular Lodge (Northamptonshire) Reviews
Description:Location: Northamptonshire / NN14 1RP / United Kingdom / Tel: 01536 710761 / Designed by Thomas Tresham and built ... more
Newest Review: ... well hidden from the road. You can easily pass it without any idea that it's there at all. It's located beside the country road that runs between the pretty little village of Rushton and the equally pretty little town of Desborough. There's a small lay-by with space for just three or four cars and if this is full, or if you miss it the first time as I did, there's nowhere else to park and ... more
Customer Rushton Triangular Lodge (Northamptonshire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 11/05/10 (Very useful, 98 readings)
Some reviews cry out for photos and this is probably one of those. Thankfully the clever folks at dooyoo have found a rather nice picture so hopefully this won't tax your imaginations too much. I've been aware for Rushton Triangular Lodge since I first moved to Northamptonshire. I once spent two dull days on a Photoshop course fiddling about with a photo of the lodge so I knew it was local and was historically significant and something to do with Catholicism but I'd never been inspired to find out more. When the lodge appeared on the list of buildings taking part in the 2009 Heritage Open Days scheme, it was time to fill the gap in my knowledge and go and have ... Read the complete review
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