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A ruinous state

By KingBee
Shot the other day with the X-T3/10-24 on its first outing for a good few weeks. Formerly known as Newmills, Amisfield Park is an 85-hectare estate lying to the north-east of Haddington. The landscape structure which survives today dates back to the mid-18th century when an existing layout was remodelled as the setting for the ‘new’ Palladian Amisfield House built for Francis Charteris, later the 7th Earl of Wemyss.

Much of the estate is now occupied by Haddington Golf Club which purchased the land from the local council in 1969. The main house was demolished in 1928 and while many architectural features on the estate have survived and are now statutorily listed, some are in a poor state of repair: these include the stable block, ice house, walled garden and gate piers. This image shows part of the only wall left standing from a structure that may have been a gatehouse near one of the estate's two main entrances.

Tags: Architecture East lothian Haddington Amisfield Estate

Voters: Badgerfred, cats_123, mrswoolybill and 44 more

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mrswoolybill Plus
14 2.9k 2457 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2021 9:37AM
Nature reclaiming her own.
saltireblue Plus
11 12.2k 76 Norway
3 Apr 2021 10:38AM
And if Nature has its way, that too will soon be no longer...
cooky Plus
17 6 5 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2021 11:13AM
Lovely stonework and indeed Nature heals what we leave.

Excellent capture and interesting narrative.
3 Apr 2021 12:48PM
a beautifully worked image, Bob
rings a distant bell for H.R. Giger art
AlfieK Plus
4 1 1 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2021 12:54PM
Excellent mono image.
Daisymaye Plus
13 23 19 Canada
3 Apr 2021 2:29PM
Soon to be covered and lost forever. Great mono image Bob.
That is such an atmospheric image. Beautiful

3 Apr 2021 7:21PM
Beautiful mono tones and great presentation.

Lory Smile
Chinga Plus
10 3 2 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2021 4:59PM
Superb find... Well composed and well presented...
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