- Published Work: Soane/Baroque/Adam/other architects
There are a further three drawings for a gate and lodges at Bagshot Park see P.du Prey, Sir John Soane, Catalogues of Architectural Drawings in the Victoria and Albert Museum, 1985, p.41
The Centre for Canadian Architecture, Montreal has a plan, elevation and section of a lodge house for Bagshot Park (photograph in SM green box files)
Jill Lever July 2015
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Contents of Bagshot Park, Surrey: survey drawings and designs for entrance with lodges for H.M. Woods and Forests, 1798-9 (8)
-  Survey elevation
-  Design for additions
-  Survey section
-  Design for roof and first floor timbers
-  Design by Soane for twin lodge houses with arch
-  Details by Soane for lodge entrance
-  Details of cornices
-  Design for a gateway and lodges, 1799