Lambert Castle, Part 2

Tuesday, January 28, 2014
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Last week I showed you some exteriors of Lambert Castle in Paterson, New Jersey. This week I will show you some of the lovely interiors of the castle. 


The stained glass window in the last photo was created in tribute to a Lambert daughter, who died when she was 24.

Despite their wealth, the Lambert family  suffered many tragedies. 


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To read about the history of the Castle, click here.

To read more about the Lambert family, read this.

To read more about the Watchung Mountains, read here.

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18 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos! I like the contrasting peach and mint colours of the first room, and the stained glass is lovely, Must be breathtaking in person. Happy WW

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  2. whoa, what a crazy place to call home...

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  3. WOW! such a beautiful castle. :)

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  4. lovely castle...I have always dreamed of living in a castle..

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    1. It would be interesting to live in a castle . . .

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  5. Beautiful Photos! Sad to hear of the tragedy though! Sometimes the most loveliest places are very haunted! :(

    Happy Wordless Wednesday, Didn't see a linky, but if you want to check out mine it's here: http://www.ascendingbutterfly.com/2014/01/wordlesswednesday-ascending1-meets.html

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  6. Oh wow gorgeous pictures you took! I have some pictures too but they have crafts in all the rooms. I had no idea the stained glass window was a tribute to Lambert’s daughter.

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    1. Thank you so much. Yes, it's a sad but beautiful tribute.

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  7. Such lovely images of an exquisite place!

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