Collonade


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Collonade

 series of columns, 1718; row of trees or pillars, or other objects, as elms, 1830; chestnut trees, 1784.
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To and fro I paced before this skeleton --brushed the vines aside --broke through the ribs --and with a ball of Arsacidean twine, wandered, eddied long amid its many winding, shaded collonades and arbors.
ey used Collonade, Chantry Row, and they also used the Quayside and the swimming-pool - so we had to turn the heating back on for that.
THEN AND NOW: The collonade pictured recently (left) and the section of the old photograph of Marton Hall (above)
DISTINCTIVE Darren Baker's Collonade of Venice from his Photographic Realism exhibition at Opus Art in Gosforth.