Inside the main part of the ruined 18th-century manor house at Clandon Park, where you can really see the damage done by the fire in 2015. I imagine its going to take the National Trust a while to restore the building to its former glory.
Shot taken in June 2018.
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Lush man! Love these sorts of ruins, plenty to catch the eye!
Me too! Shame you can’t really get close and explore properly. You’re basically confined to a wire cage tunnel, presumably for safety reasons. Still, at least there’s little windows to pop your camera through!
A lovely photo of the aftermath of something not quite so nice. Nicely captured, Stevie! (Note to self – add this to the long list of NT properties to visit!!)
Yeah, there’s sometimes a strangely captivating beauty in decay and destruction. Clandon Park is definitely worth a visit.