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Great holmertz 2022-08-15 6:56

Hello Bev,
This is a very attractive building and it seems to be in good condition. The sky looks a bit cloudy but there was a pleasantly soft light and the colours turned out well. Thank you for answering my question, so here's another one: What about the ground floor windows? Anyone could smash the glass and just step inside. Would the Barton police be there in just a few minutes? ;-)
Both WS are useful for describing that this seems much larger than it appears at first sight.
Kind regards,

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Thank you Gert for your warm critique and another question.
I always like to answer questions if at all possible and hope his will suffice!

The windows are large and impressive and these Georgian examples let in lots of light. Only a small part of the building is open as a museum.
On the ground floor were opportunities to undertake craft work for visiting children, whilst the main displays were on the second floor.

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Bev :-)
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