7 All Nations Christian College. Easneye Mansion, built by Alfred Waterhouse for the previous owner Thomas Buxton in 1869. The house was later donated to the college by Mr. Buxton. Photo 2007
8 All Nations Christian College. Formerly Easneye Mansion 2007.
9 All Nations Christian College. Formerly Easneye Mansion 2007.
10 This wonderful urn stands in the front area on thr green.
11 Believe it or not this roof covers the water tower
12 The side entrance to the well kept gardens.
13 Front entrance
14 Front, right
15 Rear view and garden
16 Gothic detai
17 Gothic turret
18 Part of the side elevation which helps show how large the house is.
19 The main reception area.
20 Fireplace in entrance hall
21 Hertfordshire stag over fire place.
22 Fireplace detail
23 One of the many fine stained glass windows.
24 The main staircase
25 Second floor. Note the gate on the left to shut the stairway off
26 One of the lecture rooms
27 Portrait of Mr Buxtons daughter.
28 The Dairy Farm, Easneye Estate. Still in operation today. 1906
29 Footpath through Easneye. Photo 2007.
30 Easneye Estate footpath. 1985
31 The footpath through Easneye towards Waters Place near Wareside. Photo 1987
32 The footpath through Easneye towards Waters Place. Photo December 2012
33 Easneye footpath towards Stanstead Abbotts. December 2012
34 Easneye footpath. Photo 2007.
35 All that remains of the old bridge that crossed over the top of the old Saxon Road in Easneye. Photo December 2012
36 The old Saxon Road through Easneye. Photo December 2012
37 North Lodge, Easneye. Two dwellings, the right hand one was the gamekeepers house. Photo 2010
38 Steve Knight. Gamekeeper for Henry Buxton on the Easneye Estate. A good friend who has now retired to Norfolk but he is still keen on country matters and wins trophies with working dogs. A great character and a man with the country life in his blood. Photo 1987.
39 Steve Knight Easneye gamekeeper. 1981 - 2009. The dog is "Quince", a winner at Crufts. Quince was handled at Crufts by Steve's wife Sue. Photo copyright Steve Knight. (2014)
40 View across Easneye towards North Lodge. Photo 2007.
41 The old gateway to Easnyeye. Originally Cappell Lane came through here to Ware, crossing the railway at a level crossing and rejoining todays road further on. Photo Dec 2012
42 Gate post to the old Easneye gate. Now sadly neglected and forgotten. December 2012
43 The old Cappell Lane, still visible through the woods on it's way to the railway crossing. Photo December 2012
44 The original road through Easnye was gated in various places. A few of the gate posts still remain. December 2012
45 Footpath through Easneye towards Wareside. The railway ran parallel to the left of this path. Photo December 2012
46 The Lime Quarry, Easneye. December 2012
47 A residence on the Easneye Estate. photo December 2012
48 Little Briggens farm. 2010
49 Footpath towards Newlands. 2010
50 Brick wall that used to support the railway bridge over the River Ash. Photo December 2012
51 South Lodge, Easneye, Hollycross Road. 1987
52 South Lodge, Hollycross Road. Gatelodge containing 2 houses: Possibly by Alfred Waterhouse who built the main house at Easneye for T R Buxton. Grade 2 listed. Photo 2007
53 The "new road" to the right, the old road to Stanstead Abbotts to the left. Hollycross Road, December 2012.