Lacy's Caves

Lou Wilson

Joined April 2011

Artist's Description

Lacy’s Caves are a series of 5 chambers in a red sandstone cliff on the River Eden, just north of Little Salkeld.
The caves are named after Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Lacy of Salkeld Hall who commissioned their carving in the 18th century. The caves were used by Lacy for entertaining guests and the area was originally planted with ornamental gardens.
Image taken within the cave facing south to the River Eden and the Eden Valley.

Artwork Comments

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  • Lou Wilson
  • Ana Belaj
  • Lou Wilson
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