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Aldermaston Court is also known as Aldermaston House, Aldermaston Manor or Aldermaston Park.
1966 - Aldermaston Court Brochure discovered
Aldermaston Court was being promoted in the 1960’s as ‘A Complete Service for Residential Training Functions’ as detailed in the ...
Aldermaston Air 1939-01
A photo taken in 1939 of the Manor House from the south, from the sale brochure owned by Mrs Viv Green
Catalogue record: AH.0508
Aldermaston Court - architectural historians' comments on the building
Aldermaston Court was designed during the period architectural historians refer to as the Early Victorian (1837-55), when Gothic Revival was ...
Aldermaston Court Drama Society
Aldermaston Court Drama Society based at the theatre in Aldermaston Court.
Aldermaston Manor House 1851- exterior
This is probably the fourth Aldermaston Manor House, built in 1851 by Mr Daniel Higford Burr. at a cost of ...
Aldermaston Manor House 1851- stained glass windows. Comments after the photographs
One of the many features lending the interior of the Manor House such vibrancy and atmosphere is the splendid array ...
Aldermaston Manor House 1851- Staircase and wooden statues (narrative below pictures) Click on each photo to see the whole image.
Peter Oldridge, 2012 To magnify the images above, click on the “plus” sign. Originally installed in the 1836 Manor House, the magnificent ...
Aldermaston Manor House- 1636
The very first known manor house was built around 1115 by Sir Robert Achard- no trace remains but it was ...
Classic Car Shows at Aldermaston Manor
I remember from my earlier days in Aldermaston seeing classic and vintage cars coming through the village on the way ...
Duke Opens Merlin Reactor (1959)
First Private Atom Reactor
Manor House 1636- "AW" sketch
A sketch in the posession of Mr Mike Neversole
Catalogue record: AH.0506
Manor House 1851 13 Saints window left
Left-hand window showing 4 saints
Catalogue record: AH.0557
Manor House 1851 in Edwardian times-00
One of several group portraits which include Charles Keyser (front row, striped blazer holding a cricket bat), then a group of ladies (members of his family?), other worthies- and members of the Cricket team.
Catalogue record: AH.0686
Manor House 1851 in Edwardian times-01
A splendid gathering of early 20th Century motorists with their hornless carriages. Not a number plate to be seen- and did one of each party have to walk ahead with a red flag?
Catalogue record: AH.0670
Manor House 1851 in Edwardian times-02
One of two views, possibly of the Breakfast Room. Note the electric light fittings.
Catalogue record: AH.0671
Manor House 1851 in Edwardian times-03
Another view (as above 02) possibly of the Breakfast Room
Catalogue record: AH.0672
Manor House 1851 in Edwardian times-04
A first view of the library. The centre panel of the end wall is a concealed door, disguised as bookshelves.
Catalogue record: AH.0673
Manor House 1851 in Edwardian times-05
Another view of the huge library.
Catalogue record: AH.0674
Manor House 1851 in Edwardian times-06
A third view of the great library, including a piano.
Catalogue record: AH.0675
Manor House 1851 in Edwardian times-07
A view of the lofty foyer or entrance hall- the upstairs balconies are just visible.
Catalogue record: AH.0676
Manor House 1851 in Edwardian times-08
Another view of the lofty foyer. the right-hand door opens onto the library and the exit of the left leads to the gallery where the stained glass windows of the saints are to be found.
Catalogue record: AH.0677
Manor House 1851 in Edwardian times-09
Another view of the foyer. The archway on the right leads to the staorcase.
Catalogue record: AH.0678
Manor House 1851 in Edwardian times-10
Another richly-furnished room, also featuring a billiard table as can be seen in the next photo but one.
Catalogue record: AH.0679
'Parishes: Aldermaston', in A History of the County of Berkshire: Volume 3, 1923
Aldermaston Railway Station
St Mary the Virgin Church
Aldermaston Parish Hall
Kennet & Avon Canal