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English: Worksop Manor was built in the late 16th century for the George Talbot, 6th Earl of Shrewsbury, and probably designed by Robert Smythson. It was for some time the prison of Mary Queen of Scots. The building was burnt down in 1761. James Paine was commissioned to build a replacement for the Elizabethan mansion. However, only one wing was completed and work stopped on the house in 1767.
- Main Wikipedia article: Worksop Manor
Building in Britain
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Media in category "Worksop Manor"
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- Neale(1818) p3.236 - Worksop Manor, Nottinghamshire.jpg 1,872 × 1,235; 618 KB
- Worksop Manor 2.jpg 1,357 × 881; 900 KB
- Worksop Manor in the early 19th century.JPG 548 × 363; 40 KB
- Worksop Manor in the late 18th century.jpg 225 × 140; 9 KB
- Worksop Manor in the mid 18th century.JPG 250 × 124; 12 KB
- Worksop Manor in the mid 18th century2.jpg 225 × 160; 20 KB
- Worksop Manor Lodge - geograph.org.uk - 109399.jpg 640 × 427; 131 KB
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