Thomas Carnegie was Andrew’s younger brother. Thomas did a fine job of financial management of their steel empire. Thomas died at age 43. His wife, Lucy, was a sharp business woman and added wealth to her family’s holdings. She died in 1916. The house was all but abandoned in 1925 and burned in 1959. What a place the property had been from 1885. Reading of Thomas Carnegie and of Dungeness is worthwhile during the enjoyment of a favorite beverage.
There are dozens of additional images which could have been taken for the blog: ice house; carriage house; captain’s quarters; etc. I hope what has been presented creates an interest in Thomas Carnegie and Dungeness.
The story / blog of senior citizens, Alex and Diann, on board Yacht A Fun, their Gemini catamaran sailboat. They are traveling the ICW and east coast with insights to the extended cruising life. They offer the book “Your Boat as a Business” at www.Amazon.com/dp/1720656452