Identification longshot/Talking Point Number 58

  Brumas 21:52 25 Jan 2008

The bottom of the postcard has been sliced off leaving a tantalising glimpse of the caption – any ideas?

click here

  MCE2K5 21:59 25 Jan 2008

How many rooms has it got?

  Brumas 22:03 25 Jan 2008


  Brumas 22:04 25 Jan 2008

Absolutely no idea and there are no clues on the standard back - sorry :o(

  octal 22:31 25 Jan 2008

Try and fill some of the missing letters.


  octal 22:33 25 Jan 2008

Of course it's possible it no longer exists having succumbed like a lot of these old stately homes.

  MAT ALAN 22:40 25 Jan 2008

click here

at a guess...

  lotvic 22:57 25 Jan 2008

found this site with lots of pictures to go through click here

  lotvic 23:13 25 Jan 2008

here's a list click here

  sunny staines 10:57 26 Jan 2008

thats my home, i sleep there every night then the alarm goes off in the morning and i am back in my smaller home.

  silverous 11:25 26 Jan 2008

I'm pretty sure MAT ALAN has got it, although I couldn't say that purely from the two pictures.

I got this crazy idea that quite a few letters (particularly in that name - casewick hall) are symetrical so flipped the bit of the lettering and left a gap and it looks quite like it (if you squint):

click here

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