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Thursday, 3 March 2011

Blenheim Lodge Woodhouse - Victorian House

Blenheim Lodge LeedsPicture of Blenheim Lodge Leeds.

Following on from yesterdays post about Blenheim Lodge a large Victorian family home on Blackman Lane in Woodhouse, Leeds here is a picture of just the house.

I have given this photo a slight Victorian look to it, or at least how I suspect it might look in an early photograph. The Bulmer family were well to do, father being a solicitor, so I would think that they did have photographs taken, but if they still exist they will be in someones cupboard somewhere.

On the right of the photo and behind this house is a large Victorian church, All Souls C of E Church, this building being another that was new to me. This church will feature tomorrow on the Leeds daily photo.

3 comments:

  1. You have done well with your photo work Paul - it really does look like an old photograph. I'll be interested to see the church.
    "Adelaide and Beyond"

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  2. It's an interesting "conversion."

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  3. I thought it actually was an old photo! I do like a nice double-fronted house, the 'battlements' are interesting too.

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