View of the gatehouse attached to the lodge, approximately 60 metres north west of Frocester Court
- 1940 - 1948
- Court Lodge, Court Road, Frocester, Stroud, Gloucestershire
- Photograph (Negative)
View of the 17th century gatehouse, attached to the lodge, of Frocester Court. The gatehouse is a structure on high walls with a single window set in a timber framed gable. In the passageway, are two large wood and metal gates, of which the right is closed and the left open, with a bicycle propped up against the left wall. In the background, through the entrance, are grounds which appear to lead towards Frocester Court. On the right is a short building with tiled roof, which is most likely the kennels, and to the left is a building only slightly shorter than the gatehouse, probably the 16th century lodge.
© Historic England Archive
Curator: Gordon, John
Post Medieval Gatehouse, Post Medieval Kennels, Post Medieval Lodge
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