Pictures of the interior of Gunby Hall.
Although well lit These images were taken at 1600 ASA
(ISO to you young 'uns)
|This is the view of the Hall when visitors approach.|
|The Music Room. The composer Raife Vaughan Williams was a visitor & played this piano.|
|A Bluthner piano was considered to be of the same quality and sound as a Steinway.|
|A camode in one of the bedrooms.|
|This is a flushing water closet (WC), one of the earliest known.|
|The Dining Room, very lavish and beautifully furnished.|
By contrast, this was the servants dining room and main working area.