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Monday 17th September we were walking around Kingston in the sunshine, and we stopped outside this important Local Government building
This iconic building is situated in the heart of Kingston with the Hogsmill River running along side it, with the historic Coronation Stone in its...More
This is where it all happens: the education, the local housing, the council rates and taxes and complaints: nicely kept gardens, impenetrable for the general public to get any real decisions made - staff guarded like royalty, typical local council, I suppose!
I was doing a job here this week and took my time to have a look around whilst here. The building is absolutely stunning, grade 2 listed set in lovely grounds. Well worth a quick visit if you like old buildings.
This is a great historical imposing building in the town centre that is well worth looking at its architectural structures and reading about its history within the city
Just outside of the building is the coronation stone which itself is well worth a look
The Guildhall was built by Maurice Webb architect (1880-1939) as a late example of neo- Georgian but with style and panache.
Webb came from a family of Architects, and his father was Sir Aston Webb (1849-1830) who built many large famous buildings in London including...More
Built in 1935, the guildhall is built with Portland stone and is circular in design. Inside is a marble hall and central staircase with some nice features. It is a grade 2 listed building and within its grounds is the Coronation Stone. This building is...More
The Guildhall in kingston is a circular building with some good architectural features that incorporates a tall tower section. all round is is possibly "Art Deco" .It is worth viewing. You can go inside to the foyer.
The current Guildhall in Kingston was built in 1935 and is now a Grade 2 listed building. it is very impressive with a construction of Neo red bricks and Portland stone. It is the town hall and administrative centre for Kingston Upon Thames..