Bolton Abbey

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Admiral John Graves (58) was born in 1743 and died 16 May 1811. The region's major airport is Leeds Bradford Airport [1], which is very well connected. Motto 'FILEY ET FELICITAS' - Filey and felicity. Concerts and other events often take place in the grounds during the summer. - To get to Temple Newsam on a Sunday take bus 63A from bus stop P5 on Park Row (opposite the train station) or from bus stop F4 on York Street (near the bus/coach station) - this will take you directly outside the house. - To get to Temple Newsam from Monday to Saturday take bus 18 or 18A - you will need to walk for about 15 minutes along Temple Newsam Road to get to the house.

Pages: 120

Publisher: John Michael Sheard (2007)

ISBN: 0955663318

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