Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/05/31

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Subject: [Leica] Hogsmeade Station in digital BW
From: graham at (GeeBee)
Date: Wed May 31 15:51:24 2006
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Hi William,

Edgecote Hall is a private residence but there are any number of large 
houses open to the public in Northamptonshire and throughout the UK. Once 
you leave the main roads the views are usually obstructed by hedgerows and 
the winding nature of the roads means that it is unwise to look anywhere 
other than straight ahead. .However, very light traffic gives the 
opportunity to stop in gateways to soak up the scenery and to take 

By far the best option is to park up and walk along one of the many 
footpaths which are marked by green sign posts every few hundred yards where 
they cross the roads. One fields width from the road is another world.


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Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2006 11:23 PM
Subject: Re: [Leica] Hogsmeade Station in digital BW

> Hello Graham,
> Do you know whether this house is open to the public? I have been looking/ 
> thinking of a scenic way to get from Chipping Campden to Mallory Park and 
> thence to Quorn when I'm over in late July. This might be a convenient 
> stop as I already know the B4035 from Chipping Campden to Banbury. As 
> Edgcote is nr. Chipping Warden, it appears I could then continue on the 
> A361around Daventry to the A5 to the A426 to the B582 and Kirkby Mallory. 
> Might be able to find my way to Quorn via the lanes from there, (he says 
> with fingers crossed! :-). How would the views be along this route..., or 
> have you a better suggestion?
> Best Regards,
> William
> -------------- Original message from "GeeBee" 
> <>: -------------- 
>> Hi Jon,
>> It's Edgecote Hall at Chipping Warden Northamptonshire and was used as
>> Netherfield in the BBC production of Pride and Prejudice.
>> --Graham
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