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Friern Barnet Photo Archive

BUILDINGS - Friern Barnet

Colney Hatch Pauper Lunatic Asylum An engraving of the Second Middlesex County Pauper Lunatic Asylum, opened on 17 July 1851. The first...
Friern Hospital The second Middlesex County Pauper Lunatic Asylum was opened in July 1851. At its height in 1937 it ...
Friern Barnet Library Friern Barnet Library, Friern Barnet Road. This was designed by Middlesex County Council architect A...
St Johns Buildings, Friern Barnet Road 1-2 St John's Buildings, Friern Barnet Road. This started life as a bank in 1903 but is now the home...
South Friern Library (original building) South Friern Library in Colney Hatch Lane was opened in 1963 and was demolished in December 2006. A ...
Friern Barnet Town Hall The Priory, Friern Barnet UDC's offices until the building of the new Town Hall
Friern Barnet Town Hall Barratts commences redevelopment of the Town Hall in August 2004
Friern Barnet Town Hall Work goes on at roof level on 24 May 2005
Friern Barnet Town Hall To replace the former Friern Barnet Urban District Council headquarters, The Priory, a new town hall...
Friern Barnet Town Hall The foundation stone
Friern Barnet Town Hall View of the balcony showing the marble pillars and the fine ceiling. August 2005 (Photo Peter Cragg)
Friern Barnet Town Hall The basement of the new Town Hall curves round The Priory in this view from September 1939 (Percy Re...

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