Millionaire’s carriagecollection at auction 



A carriage collection that once belonged to one of Cumbria’s wealthiest men is being auctioned.
Lord Ballyedmond, who was also known as Dr Edward Haughey, was killed when his helicopter came down in a field in heavy fog on an estate he owned in Gillingham, Norfolk, on March 13, 2014.
The Tory peer owned Corby Castle at Great Corby, near Carlisle, and was a prominent figure in the Cumbrian community.
He was a well-known collector, and his interest in horse-drawn vehicles started just after the turn of the century.
Most of the carriages, harness and driving accoutrements were purchased by him... read more

 
9 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 38
Source: News & Star
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