The Garden Guide

Book: Fragments on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, 1816
Chapter: Fragment Xiv. Wingerworth.

Wingerworth Hall Entrance

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ENTRANCE FROM CHESTERFIELD. The line of this approach is not only too steep, but it is very naked and uninteresting. It may be made more easy, by a little more curvature, to ascend the hill, and direct the eye to some grass-land beyond the road, which will appear a continuation of the park. The following vignettes [figs. 188 and 189], will shew the effect of the alteration in the road, and of placing a lodge across the present line of road.