Coving and an original unplastered ceiling covers the area within the blue walls.  Walls cut through the coving, it extends over the safes.

Evidence of fireplace on this wall and chimney is above.

Billiard room? Butler’s Room?

Housekeeper’s Room? Butler’s bedroom?

Hollow walls

Possible doorway as the skirting is cut vertically and badly joined



Butler’s Pantry/Room/ Scullery?

Possible wall as there is a dip in the coving, change in plaster and the skirting is joined.

Old doorway to outside, thought to have been used by hall boy.

There are no border tiles across the door opening, possibly the border was on the hall side.

Panels have faux graining on plaster work
Highly ornate door and windows, possibly from another room/building?
Highly ornate door and windows, possibly from another room/building?
Ornate windows around bays
Plain window
Ceiling boss, central to large room
Plain window
Ornate fireplace
Gun safe?
Safe door and plate
Safe, possibly silver
Top cupboard not matching cupboard next to it
Fireplace circa 1900
Plain window
Black n red tiles, next to smaller tiles and then Minton floor tiles, designed by Pugin, post 1860. Could middle row be site of removed wall?
Black n red tiles, and encaustic tiles
Floor to ceiling cupboard, not built to fit
Scullery sink with wooden drainer and lead pipes
Gothic window. This window matches the windows in the tower.
Outside hot water pipe

The Swiss Wing - Sept 2010

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