The Banqueting Hall and Conservatory

placeholder gif[The conservatory at Oldway Mansion]

This building was part of the original Wigwam built in the 1870's. The building was built on sloping ground. It had two floors with the long banqueting hall and conservatory on the top floor and stabling and carriages below. The brick towers housed the coachmens' rooms and workshops etc. The remains of this building are located to one side of the rotunda; note the edge of the rotunda on the far right of the picture.

Written by John Wilson, Singer Archivist


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Written by John Wilson, Singer Archivist
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Contributor   John Wilson  
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Identifier ref 76
Format   sepia toned photograph; 230 mm x 293 mm  
Coverage   Devon. Paignton  
Source   Torbay Library Services  
Subject   Singer. Oldway. Building. Conservatory  
Type   Image  
Publisher   Torbay Library Services  
Rights   Torbay Library Services  
Keywords Wigwam banqueting hall conservatory