Glimpses of Greater Manchester ~ A City Daily Photo blog by Chrissy Brand
Sunday, 5 February 2012
Frosty morn at Ramsdell Hall
Ramsdell Hall at Odd Rode in Cheshire was completed in 1760. It was built for the Lowndes family and it's thought that William Baker designed and oversaw the building. Baker was the architect who designed Baker Street in London, home to Sherlock Holmes at 221B Baker Street.