18th century and for nearly 300 years, until 1985 abbey would remain with the Harpa family, the number nine kettle stone hall. A palladian masterpiece, kettleston hall was designed in the 1760s by Robert adam at the start of his illustrious career,
and is the seat of the Curzon family; the kurzens have norman origins and have, been based at kettle stone since then,
middle of the 17th century, not intended as a family home, the hall, the spectacular central block, was constructed for sir Nathaniel Curzon as a temple for the arts, somewhere to show off a rich art collection and host lavish entertainment, number 10 derby jail, once one of five jails in derby the, prison on frigate a few doors down, from the Pickford house museum has been, turned into a museum that opens on, Saturdays, many people were hanged in this building, in the 18th and 19th centuries and the museum has contemporary accounts of, these executions replica gallows and, preserved cells.
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