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Friern Barnet Photo Archive

BUILDINGS - Friern Barnet

Friern Hospital The water tower photographed c1980 by Karl Ruge
Friern Barnet Town Hall During the Second World War the basement of the Town Hall was used as a Civil Defence Control Centre...
Friern Barnet Town Hall During the Second World War the basement of the Town Hall was used as a Civil Defence Control Centre...
Friern Hospital A New Year Festival was held at the Middlesex County Pauper Lunatic Asylum on 4 January 1853. This p...
Friern Barnet Town Hall The east end photographed sometime in the 1980s by Karl Ruge
Friern Barnet Town Hall Photographed in 1980 by Karl Ruge
Friern Hospital Friern Barnet Road is on the left and on the right, behind the main building, was the farm
Friern Hospital The corridor, with its distinctive honeycomb tiles, photographed in 1996 by John Donovan
Friern Hospital The corridor photographed in 1996 by John Donovan
Friern Hospital The corridor photographed in October 1996 by John Donovan
Friern Hospital The corridor photographed in October 1996 by John Donovan
Friern Hospital The corridor photographed in October 1996 by John Donovan

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