This area is made of Portland Stone to house the interned. A great job was made of restoration if you look at the link in the last blog.
This area was set aside for the Earl
These pillars were just painted to look like marble.
Outside on the wall is this image of two torches upside down symbolizing the end of life
Last look at the building from a different angle
Oh, I nearly forgot, the dead trees. The land around the Darnley Estate and the Mausoleum is very old and the dead trees that are now standing are going to be allowed to decay and give the goodness back to the soil and help to maintain the beetles, insects and fungi in the area. The National Trust are also going to introduce cattle onto the land at a later date.
Last shot of the South Lodge the Rangers cottage at the beginning of the trail with a barn next door that shows an interesting video whilst you have a cup of tea.
Hope you enjoyed the images and the ling to the history of the Darnley Estate.