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Rushton Triangular Lodge by Mark Baldwyn
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Rushton Triangular Lodge, Northamtonshire, England, was designed by Sir Thomas Tresham (father of a gunpowder plotter) and completed in 1597. It was designed around the number 3, the Christian Holy Trinity. Hence the triangular shape that appears everywhere. I have posted one of the windows in the windows and doors group.

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building, christian, elizabethan, lodge, northamptonshire, rushton, triangular, trinity

Comments

  • Jeff  Burns
    Jeff Burnsover 6 years ago

    fabulous shot

  • TrEaSuReDiMaGeS
    TrEaSuReDiMaGeSover 6 years ago

    Beautiful Mark!!!! :-)

  • Mark Baldwyn
    Mark Baldwynover 6 years ago

    Thanks Deb and Jeff for your comments on this and the window. I like to post these architectural masterpieces, which unfortunately don’t get many viewings so its nice get some feedback.

  • Hertsman
    Hertsmanover 6 years ago

    THis is a new one to me Mark. Well captured.

  • Mark Baldwyn
    Mark Baldwynover 6 years ago

    Thanks Hertsman, its just of the A14 near Kettering.

  • Elaine123
    Elaine123almost 4 years ago

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