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aerial photographs of Doddington Hall & Castle Cheshire, also known as Delves Hall. The Grade I listed tower was built in 1364 by Sir John Delves. Originaly constructed on its own, the tower was incorporated into Doddington Hall 17th century. It was heavily fought over during the English civil war. The hall was demolished around 1777 leaving just the original tower. The 17th century staircase which had been the entrance to the hall was moved to the tower. Grade I listed neoclassical Doddington Hall was constructed for Rev Sir Thomas Broughton 1777-1798 and designed by Samuel Wyatt.

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