Kitchen at Haddon Hall

Here are a few pictures of the kitchen at Haddon Hall. The kitchen used to be separate from the house, but the walk between the two buildings was filled in much later than its original construction during the 14th century.
The kitchen is one of the few good examples of a Tudor kitchen and was basically separated into three different rooms, with three different

functions.
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