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Ham House and the Oak Tree with an Eye

Ham House Oak Tree with Eye

If you got redirected by Google Images, Kew Place is here ⇐

19 pics.  I didn’t notice the eye (right in the middle) whilst I was taking the photograph at the back of Ham House.  It hasn’t been meddled with and probably has a rational explanation. There is probably a rational response like aaaargh.

The Ham House website ⇒ and about haunted Ham House ⇒.

You can get to Ham House using the 371 bus to Sandy Lane from near Richmond rail station or via York Gardens ⇐ (please check the post for bus and ferry travel) and then visit Ham House and return to Richmond rail using the 371 from Sandy Lane.

Ham House

Ham House

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Ham House Charlotte Countess of Dysart by Joshua Reynolds 1775

Charlotte Countess of Dysart by Joshua Reynolds 1775

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Ham House Main Hall

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Ham House Table

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Ham House Stairs

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Ham House Ceiling

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Ham House Long Hall

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Ham House Side Room

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Ham House Bedroom

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Ham House Ornate Room

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Ham House Painting of Sea Battle

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Ham House, Tollemache Earl of Dysart

Tollemache Earl of Dysart

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Ham House, Celar Bathroom

The above is a bath. It has a stool inside to sit on and get bathed.

Ham House, Cellar Kitchen

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Ham House Garden

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Ham House Cafe Garden

Cafe Garden

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Ham House Dairy

Whimsical Dairy

The peeping Oak tree is just outside the dairy.

Ham House, Sir Lionel Tollemache

Sir Lionel Tollemache

The 4th Baronet, Sir Lyonel Tollemache, who kindly gave Ham House to the National Trust in 1948.

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