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Photo Gallery

Welcome to our Elvaston photo gallery - packed with pictures of the estate as it is today.

If council proposals go ahead, these photos could be as close as you get to the estate and particularly its main buildings in the future. So, as you look through the gallery, remember - if you value your rights to access the estate in it entirety, join the campaign to keep the Elvaston estate fully open to the public.


Click here for a 360-degree view of Elvaston Castle's tree-lined avenue

or click on any of the images below to open a larger version...
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Elvaston Castle at the end of the tree-lined grass avenue Elvaston Castle - East Face Elvaston Castle - East Face
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Elvaston Castle viewed from across the lake Elvaston Castle - North Face Elvaston Castle - North-East Face
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Elvaston Castle - South Face and Gardens Elvaston Castle - South Face and Gardens Elvaston Castle - South Face
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Elvaston Castle - South-East Face Castle Courtyard Castle Courtyard and Clock Tower
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Old English Garden Entrance Old English Garden Old English Garden
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Old English Garden Old English Garden Old English Garden Workshops
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The Golden Gates The Golden Gates The Lake through the tress
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The Lake The Boat House The Boat House
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Springthorpe's Cottage St Bartholomew's Church St Bartholomew's Church
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St Bartholomew's Chapel Earl of Harrington tomb Lonely grave of Kathleen Eden - the wife of the 9th Earl of Harrington
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View of Elvaston's glorious park lands

Join the campaign to keep the Elvaston Castle estate fully open to the public and find out more about the threat to the estate at:
www.friendsofelvaston.co.uk