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Colour photograph.

Written on back with blue ballpoint pen - “Westoe” home of Sir William Fox for whom Foxton was named.

“Westoe”, home built by Sir William Fox at Marton, 1980’s. “Westoe” is a two storey wooden building with a ‘3-storey entry tower’.

Colour photograph.

Similar photo to f2000.2109

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"Westoe", Home Built by Sir William Fox at Marton, 1980's

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