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Former Town Hall extension – Heritage Building Profile

The neo-Georgian style former Town Hall extension (now Exchequer House) in Widmore Road, was built in 1938-39 and designed by Charles Cowles-Voysey (see wiki), well known for his work on town hall and public buildings in the 1920’s and 1930’s. He … Continue reading

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Former Town Hall – Heritage Building Profile

The former Town Hall in Tweedy Road was built in 1906 by R Frank Atkinson in a neo-Wren style. The hipped slate roof has a central cupola constructed in timber, set above a fine entrance porch. Officially opened by Mayor … Continue reading

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Bromley North Station – Heritage Building Profile

The original timber buildings which formed Bromley North Station were rebuilt in Neo-Classical style, in 1925, by the Chief Architect of Southern Railway, James Robb Scott. This was just prior to the electrification of the line.  Charmingly, Wiki refers to … Continue reading

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