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April, 2004
Rushton Triangular Lodge
Rushton Triangular Lodge   Take a 360 degree tour of one of Northamptonshire's weirdest buildings.

Rushton Triangular Lodge was built in the 1590s and has three sides, three floors and three windows on each side on each floor.

Three panoramic photos
Click on the images below to view the 360 degree panoramic photos
Triangular Lodge exterior   Picture 1
The Triangular Lodge from the grounds.
Triangular Lodge exterior   Picture 2
An alternative view of the Lodge showing two of it's three sides.
Triangular Lodge interior   Picture 3
The first floor room.
Three Triangular Facts

1 The Lodge was built on the orders of Sir Thomas Tresham in the 1590s.
2 He was a devout Catholic at a time when Catholicism was banned. The Triangular Lodge was a 'secret' demonstration of his faith.
3 Everything is in threes to echo the Holy Trinity.

Also see:
• More 360 degree panoramic images
• Places to visit: Rushton Triangular Lodge



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