The Marlborough School Campus. Marlborough, Wiltshire. The chapel (1883-86), a listed building, was designed principally by Thomas Garner with contributions by George Frederick Bodley. It replaced an earlier, much plainer chapel designed by Edmund Blore shortly after the college was founded in 1843. Click on image, which is from the Marlborough College site, to enlarge it.

College buildings in a range of revival styles across the Court as seen from the chapel.

Left: The principal entrance to the college. Right: Buildings near the gatehouse.

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Last modified 26 September 2019