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Looking up & down the Grand Staircase from the mid landing
A view down a corridor at Dyrham Park with the painting A VIEW DOWN A CORRIDOR by Samuel van Hoogstraeten in the background
The chandelier in the Library at Berrington Hall, Herefordshire
Partial view of the Grand Staircase showing Laguerre murals
Sitting Room at Monk's House with green walls painted by Virginia Woolf, quarry tiled floor, sun streaming through windows
The Dining Room at Croome Court, Croome Park, Worcestershire
Close view of the leg in the form of a chimera or sea dog resting on the foot in the shape of a tortoise, of the sea-dog table in the Withdrawing Chamber at Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire
A table football game, probably German, made about 1900, in the Library at Castle Drogo, Devon
The Day Nursery at Wightwick
The Dining Room at Chartwell, the family home of Sir Winston Churchill, at Westerham, Kent
The Great Gallery at Dunham Massey
Detail of a corner of the platerwork ceiling in the Chapel at Belton House, by Edward Goudge, c1687
Showing the parlour of Mr Straw's House
The Long Gallery at Upton House showing windows and C18th English furniture
Oval pier glass set into a plasterwork frame, designed by William Perritt
The Boudoir, remodelled as Lady Brownlow's Dressing Room by James Wyatt in 1776
Electric fire in the shape of a yacht in the Turret bedroom at Coleton Fishacre, the house designed in 1925 for Rupert and Lady Dorothy D'Oyly Carte at Kingswear, Devon
Partial view of the Dining Room at Polesden Lacey
The Morning Room at Saltram
Old machinery and equipment kept in the parts store at Quarry Bank Mill, Styal
Carving above the fireplace in the Library at the new house at Scotney
The Red Drawing Room, at Belton House
The Map Room at Ormesby Hall
View of the Sitting Room at Plas yn Rhiw, Pwllheli, Gwynedd
A battery radio, tea-making equipment and some materials in the upper rooms of the 1970s tailor's shop in the Birmingham Back to Backs
Close view of the cash books and ledgers in the Manager's Office at Quarry Bank Mill, Styal, a cotton-spinning mill established in 1784
This shows the Orangery (Greenhouse) which is connected to the house, this is unusual, as at the time of building Dyrham (1692- 1704), these buildings were usually seperate constructions
View of the Little Chamber at Lytes Cary Manor
Leather fire buckets in the Old Stairwell at Snowshill Manor, Gloucestershire
Billard table by Burroughs & Watts, built to Edwin Lutyens' design, in the Billiard Room at Castle Drogo, Devon
The Dining Room at East Riddlesden Hall, West Yorkshire showing the table, fireplace and early seventeenth century three tier cupboard from Ponden Hall, the house which inspired Wuthering Heights
Walnut-veneered Dutch chair of late 17th -century
Snowshill - Dragon: a three-quarter suit of German Armour c.1600
The Drawing Room at Hughenden Manor, Buckinghamshire, home of prime minister Benjamin Disraeli between 1848 and 1881
The Oak Room at Anglesey Abbey
The Drawing Room with barrel vaulted plasterwork ceiling,  looking north at Lanhydrock, Cornwall
A Louis XV white marble clock by Julien Leroy flanked by a pair of casolettes (reversible urn candlesticks) on the mantelpiece in the Drawing Room at Berrington Hall, Herefordshire
The Bedroom at 59 Rodney Street, Liverpool, the E. Chambre Hardman Studio, House and Photographic Collection - showing a corner of the bed with coverlet, and the fireplace.
Velocipedes or boneshaker bicycles from the second half of the C19th, part of the collection of Charles Wade in Hundred Wheels at Snowshill Manor
Servants bells at Greenway, Devon, which was the holiday home of the crime writer Agatha Christie between 1938 and 1976
View of Adam ceiling in the Tapestry Room at Nostell Priory
A close up of a chair and writing desk and cabinet in the Closet
The Kitchen at Carlyle's House, 24 Cheyne Row, London
View of the Music Room decorated for Christmas, at Tatton Park
Detail of the entrance doorway of Red House, home of William Morris and his wife Jane from 1860 until 1864
The High Great Chamber at Hardwick Hall
The Main Room at Hardy's Cottage
The library, decorated in early 19th century style with a pair of scagliola columns and a pair of chaise longues
The South Drawing Room at Blickling Hall
A giltwood pier glass in the Dining Room at Hinton Ampner, Hampshire, one of a pair designed by Robert Adam in 1773 for Derby House, Grosvenor Square
The Billiard Room at Standen
The Meat Larder at Lanhydrock, Cornwall
View of the Parents' Bedroom in Mr Straw's House
The Kitchen at Castle Drogo, Devon, with the circular beechwood table designed by the architect of the house, Edwin Lutyens
The West Bedroom, showing a Flemish C17th, carved and panelled oak bed, with a cupboard with sliding doors surmounting its head
An intricately carved cabinet and chair in the King Charles Room at Dunster Castle
The second floor bedroom in the 1870s house in the Birmingham Back to Backs
Kettle and saucepans on a Valor paraffin stove
Long line of servants bells in the corridor next to the Still Room at Dunham Massey, Cheshire
The Entrance Hall at Carlyle's House, 24 Cheyne Row, London
The Dining Room, The Argory
The auditorium at the Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
A giltwood stool, c.1685, part of a set of furniture made about 1700 for the Queen of Scots' apartment at Chatsworth, in the Gallery at Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire.
The Laundry with many washed articles hanging up to dry