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The Fallon Photo Library

"It is an exceptionally magical place, as you will see..."

'Shooting the Past' is set around the fictional Fallon Photo library, in an 18th century stately home just outside London.

Oswald explains how the house was built by the Earl of Halifax for his mistress, but when they finished with it it fell on hard times. Until, it was bought by a 19th century philanthropic Confectionary company who used it as an Institute for the Improvement of Londoners. The Fallon photo library just sprung from this and the collection kept growing.

Up until recently the house was shared with an Insurance company who kept themselves in one wing of the house, that was until the Americans arrived...

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