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The Folly Arch at Brookman's Park, North Mymms, Hertfordshire

Eric de Maré1945/1980

Historic England

Historic England
London, United Kingdom

The Folly Arch, a gateway and folly, was built in circa 1740 for Sir Jeremy Sambrooke, probably to designs by James Gibbs. Built in brick and with turrets and battlements, it formed the south entrance to the Gobions House estate.

Historic England Archive AA98/04986

Details

  • Title: The Folly Arch at Brookman's Park, North Mymms, Hertfordshire
  • Creator: Eric de Maré
  • Date Created: 1945/1980
  • Rights: Copyright Historic England Archive
  • Medium: Cellulose acetate photographic film negative

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