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  • Scotland , Kilmarnock

    The small 18th-century designed landscape at Orangefield was associated with a mansion which replaced the earlier Monkton House. The house and the landscape have since been obliterated by the runway of Prestwick International Airport, although one or two trees may survive.

  • England , Bath

    The Orange Grove was a communal garden created in the early-18th century as a social walking area, with linear tree-planting and a gravel surface. The road was first macadamized in 1820 and the trees were removed in 1830. The area is now a floral roundabout.

  • England , Trafford, Greater Manchester

    This site had a hall and grounds with a small park bounded by a lane to the west, Rifle Butt Road to the north and open fields to all other sides. There was an entrance lodge at the lane, with a tree-lined drive through the small park. There was a possible productive garden to the east of the site. The motorway now runs through the site but a dovecote survives.

  • England , Cambridge

    A garden developed on the site of the Barnwell Train Station and developed from the 1950s onwards when the station was closed.

  • England , Manchester

    Strangeways Park had a hall in grounds with a park bounded by a brick works to the north and development off Great Ducie Street to the west. Bridge Street lay to the south and York Street to the east. There was an open area to the north-east of the site. The site is now a car park.