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Tilgate stables
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Tilgate stables

The stables at Tilgate were built to a very high standard and no doubt contained horses of a similar quality. The clock shows the time as 25 minutes past one, but it is not clear to me if the clock tower had more than one face. In the distance can be seen a very tall chimneystack used to heat the enormous glass house. See the Large Version attached to picture #373.
Picture added on 12 August 2012 at 09:49
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The clock tower is still there, as are the large gates beneath. The stables have been converted into 5 apartments.
Added by Fred Ball on 22 March 2013
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