The Tale Of A Hidden House That Once Hid A King

It’s something of a puzzle. When you first encounter Moseley Old Hall with its Staffordshire brickwork you feel sure you are looking at a Victorian building. And what’s more, rather than saying his…

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17 thoughts on “The Tale Of A Hidden House That Once Hid A King

  1. Thanks so much for the reblog, Sarah. I love the way you’ve featured the gateway. There’s something about that threshold that still holds historic resonance. Actually it now makes me think of Alain Fournier’s mysterious novel, Le Grand Maulnes, and the lost domain therein. (there may be some spelling errors in book details. Not got it to hand.)

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