CUBO ET EXCUBO
'I Sleep and Watch' Observing places that affect imagination, memory and perception.
Thursday, 29 August 2013
Crawford Priory Stables
A visitor to Crawford Priory, passes the stables, about halfway along the drive from the main entrance to the estate at the West Lodge.
The stables were built in 1871, for the sixth Earl of Glasgow. The year after he inherited.
Even if the stables are no longer used for the purpose for which they were built, at least there are still horses.
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