The dairy at Home Farm, Foxwarren Park. Designed by Charles Buxton with the assistance of Frederick Barnes. c.1860. Near Cobham, Surrey. Photograph and text by Jacqueline Banerjee. 2008. [You may use this image without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose as long as you (1) credit the photographer and (2) link your document to this URL.]
Trevor Yorke explains that the dairy on the country estate could be particularly ornamental because the lady of the house might herself have superintended the production of milk and dairy products &mdash though this seems unlikely in the case of a separate dairy some distance from the main house. At any rate, this one looks neat and well-ventilated, and has its own simple storehouse or service area (for washing pans etc) adjacent to it (see Yorke 136-38).
- Foxwarren Park (the main house)
- Former lodge, Byfleet Road
- Roof of the Byfleet Road lodge (close-up)
- Former lodge, Redhill Road
- The entrance to Home Farm
- Brickwork and other design elements at Home Farm
- Home Farm
Yorke, Trevor. The Country House Explained. Newbury: Countryside, 2003.
Last modified 28 September 2015