As it says on it, the upper image is of the lodge and gates to Witton Park (while it was still the Feilden residence, I assume). I've no idea who the man is. He could be one of the Feilden family, but more than likely one of their workers, the lodge keeper or maybe a gamekeeper of some sort.
The lower image is an 1840's print of a lithograph, of the house itself. It's a framed print that I have on my living room wall, hence part of the mount still showing in the bottom corners. I didn't want to crop off the title / inscription.
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