The final National Trust property we visited was Nuffield Place, the surprisingly modest – in the circumstances – house built by William Morris, founder of Morris Motors in Oxford, later to become Lord Nuffield. Unsurprisingly, we saw a few cars.
We wandered in the gardens.We saw a small shed containing this iron lung. Lord Nuffield gave 5000 of them, made at his factory in Cowley, to hospitals throughout the British Empire. £12,000,000 was an awful lot of money in the 1930s.
We went into the house.
A trip to the woods was the treat on the last day of my visit.