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Lilleshall Hall National Sports Centre from the air

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aerial photograph of Lilleshall Hall National Sports Centre Shropshire GB. Grade II listed Lilleshall Hall was built as a country mansion in 1829 and was designed by architect Jeffry Wyatville .The Hall was used as a private residence until 1949 when it was purchased to become a National Recreation Centre which was was opened by the Queen in 1951.

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