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  • Denton Walters

    Mansion Entrance Gate

  • P. R. T.

    The Breakers Mansion in Newport, Rhode Island. The Ochre Point Avenue entrance is marked by sculpted iron gates and the 30-foot (9.1 m) high walkway gates are part of a 12-foot-high limestone and iron fence that borders the property on all but the ocean side.

  • Lou

    The Breakers Mansion Gate, Newport, Rhode Island - US

  • Julie Haley

    vintage photos of the breakers newport rhode island | The Breakers Mansion, Newport, Rhode Island | More here: http ...

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