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Dunorlan Park (Tunbridge Wells)

Dunorlan Park is a historic park at Tunbridge Wells in Kent.

The main entrance is in Pembury Road.

The park was created from the grounds of Dunorlan, a mansion built for the Yorkshire-born millionaire Henry Reed. The garden was designed by Robert Marnock in the 1850s and 1860s. The mansion no longer stands.

There is a fine collection of features made of Pulhamite, an artificial stone made by the firm of James Pulham and son of Broxbourne. There was much more, but it was destroyed during the Second World War by billeted soldiers who used it for target practice.

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