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Jetty, Normanton, Rutland Water, Leicestershire,
England

Normanton Church was built in 1826 to 1829 by Thomas Cundy who at the time was architect to the Grosvenor estate in Westminster.

Rutland Water's famous landmark was rescued from being submerged in the 1970's when Rutland Water was created. The lower part of the building has had it's foundations reinforced, with the upper part of the church now a museum.

Copyright: Phillip roberts
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Hochgeladen: 22/02/2011
Aktualisiert: 12/03/2012
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Tags: jetty; normanton; rutland; oakham; leicestershire; england; uk; church; museum
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