Wingfield Manor

by | Mar 15, 2009 | Fiction Book Reviews | 0 comments

This hauntingly beautiful manor house sits atop a hill in Derbyshire between Holloway and Crich. Though it ruins, the structure is still impressive and, to me, somehow romantic. The Treasurer of England, Lord Ralph Cromwell, built it in the 1440s and Mary, Queen of Scots, was imprisoned on three different occassions from 1569-1585


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