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19th August 2019

Key bridge lifts in Regency Restoration

The restoration of the Sir William Paxton’s estate, considered one of the finest regency water parks of the 18th Century, has been largely educated by Thomas Hornor’s paintings of the landscape (which can be found on the National Botanic Garden of Wales website).  These paintings formed the basis of bridge designs and their final installation now in the restored landscape really bring the project vision to life. The restoration of the Sir William Paxton’s estate, considered one of the finest regency water parks of the 18th Century, has been largely educated by Thomas Hornor’s paintings of the landscape (which can be found on the National Botanic Garden of Wales website). These paintings formed the basis of bridge designs and their final installation now in the restored landscape really bring the project vision to life.
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