Blackfriars south range - stock photo
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Blackfriars south range

A detailed view of a studded board door in the far right bay of the Blackfriars south range, with a ruined partial wall on the right. Blackfriars was originally a Dominican Friary, and later Company Halls and almshouses. The building is medieval with 18th and 19th century alterations. The range was restored between 1978 and 1981 and consists of; Cordwainers' hall on the left, Butchers' hall, Tanners' hall and Smiths' hall on the right. The latter has a boarded door un a moulded surround with the Company arms above, dated 1679. Above is a 19th century bay with a window with gothic surround. The range is now a restaurant, tourist informations centre and exhibition space.

Credit
Mary Evans

Dimensions
2972 x 3000 pixels

Print Size @ 300 dpi
10 x 10 inches / 25 x 25 cm

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