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High Beeches house
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High Beeches house

This is a view of High Beeches house looking over a hedge some years before it was destroyed by a Halifax bomber in 1943. See picture #1348.
To the right can be seen the tower built on the top of the coach house to commemorate Col. Loder’s horse, Spion Kop, winning the Derby in 1920. See picture #35.
The Large Version shows a close up.
A series of postcards were produced sometime between the wars featuring the gardens and forest of High Beeches. Select Open Document to view one of these entitled “Flowery Dell”.

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