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aerial photograph of Caversham Park Reading Berks UK, home to BBC Monitoring & BBC Radio Berkshire. Caversham Manor was established even before the Norma invasion as William the Conqueror awarded the estate to a distant relative. At that time the Manor contained a small castle or defended Manor House and was. During the English Civil war Charles 1st was imprisoned here.The house was demolished and rebuilt in the late 17th Century and again in the 18th and 19th centuries when it was twice burned down. The current building was designed by Horace Jones, the designer of London's Tower Bridge and built in 1850. It is unusual for its tie being built over an Iron frame.

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