Browsholme is an early Tudor house with the addition of a Regency wing. Within the house are a collection of portraits, weapons, armour, and antiquities. In local dialect Brownholme is pronounced 'Brewsom', and it has been the home of the Parker family since it was built in 1507.
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"The Roman fort at Hardknott, at the eastern extremity of Eskdale, was built by Agricola in about 120 AD. It was part of a Roman supply road reaching from Ravenglass on the coast to Ambleside and beyond to Brougham, near Penrith. Hardknott was garrisoned for nearly 280 years, with the final troops leaving around 410 AD."
Netley Abbey- Netley, Hampshire, England
Ruins of a Cistercian abbey built in 1239. Netley Abbey was founded by Peter des Roche, Bishop of Winchester, as a daughter house of Beaulieu Abbey. It was built under the patronage of Henry III, whose name is inscribed on a foundation stone at the base of the north east crossing tower. ... more