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Bagden Hall

Now a well-regarded hotel and restaurant, Bagden Hall was originally built in the mid 19th century by Mr George Norton (of Cuttlehurst Mills) as a mill-owner’s mansion.

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01 Bagden Hall

02 Bagden Hall and Park

03 Bagden Hall

04 Bagden Hall

05 Etching of Bagden Hall

06 Lower Bagden Stable Yard

07 Gates to the Front Entrance

08 Entrance Hall and Staircase

09 The Morning Room

10 The Dining Room

11 Entrance

12 Couple at Entrance

13 The Norton Family Tree

14 George Norton, (1845 - 1935)

15 Mrs George Norton, (1807 - 1881)

16 Mr George Norton and Family

17 Thomas Norton on his Wedding Day

18 Mrs Thomas Norton, (1851 - 1897)

19 Tom and Alice

20 Tom Norton

21 Tom in his Lord Lieutenant's Uniform

22 Mrs Thomas Norton MBE, (1967 - 1957)

23 Mr George Herbert Norton, (1873 - 1950)

24 Mrs G. H. Norton, (1879 - 1957)

25 Bagden Hall and Lake

26 View from the Attic showing the Lake

27 The Lake

28 By the Lake

29 Rowing on the Lake

30 Croquet

31 Family Group on the Croquet Lawn

32 Miss Norton with Dogs on the Front Lawn

33 The Sun Dial

34 Outside the Morning Room

35 Coach and Pair at the Front Door

36 Mrs Norton & Friend Driving Out

37 At the Front Door

38 Percy Norton Driving, Mabel in the back

39 The Conservatory

40 Mr Tingay (gardner) in the Vinery

41 Infront of the House

42 Outside the Morning Room

43 Pheasant Shoot

44 Pheasant Shoot

45 Pheasant Shoot

46 General Booth, Founder of the Salvation Army

47 General Booth, Founder of the Salvation Army

48 Princess Mary's Visit during the WW2

49 The Entire Sunday School at Bagden Hall, 1914

50 Wounded Soldiers, (from Denby Dale Military Hospital)

51 Convalescing Soldiers

52 Convalescing Soldiers

53 Convalescing Soldiers

54 The Park

55 The Grounds

56 The Park, June 1908

57 The Park, June 1908

58 The Field going to Upper Bagden Wood

59 The Park

60 The New Drive

61 'The Avenue'

62 The Avenue

63 The Gully from Bagden Lane to Clough House Lane

64 Bagden Lane

65 The Pergola

66 The Arcade Walk, Bagden Hall Estate

67 The Concave Curtain Wall at Highbridge Lodge

68 Lower Clough House Lane Porter's Lodge

69 Miss Mabel at the Summer House

70 The Original Terminus of Bagden Lane

71 The Ford at the bottom of Stoney Lane

72 Woodland Footpath

73 Walking in the Woods

74 On the Stepping Stones

75 Plan to Straighten the River Dearne