Chanter's Folly with the River Torridge in the background
- mid 20th century
- Chanter's Folly, Northam, Torridge, Devon
- Photograph (Negative)
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Chanter's folly was built in 1841, reputedly by Thomas Burnard Chanter (1797-1874) in order to see his sailing vessels returning from sea. It was demolished in 1952.
This is part of the Collection: NMR07 NMR Accessioned Negatives - Catalogued
Source: Historic England Archive
Photographer: R L Knight Limited
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