Fulham Town Hall London SW6

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pabcbc

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Out of use for decades and awaiting redevelopment as boutique hotel, as explained in www fulhamtownhall com.

I visited it on 29 may 2021 thanks to a free art exhibition, Art of the age of now. inspiringcity.com/2021/04/30/art-in-the-age-of-now-at-fulham-town-hall/

The place qualifies as it IS derelict as well as big. Lots of rooms, from courthouse to Great Halls to cloakrooms and basement cells.

I posted pics focusing on dereliction.
 

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What a beautiful place.

I really wouldn't worry about if a place "qualifies" or not tbh, if its interesting or unusual or as in this case beautiful, post it up and let's have a look.

Nice work
 

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Thank you. It is 1890's revisited 1930's, although the cell bars look modern. Since you re so nice and appreciative, here are a few more pics.
The exhibition is on for another week and it is free. Opposite Fulham Broadway tube stn.
I did not take a pic of the outside but there is one here
bighospitality co uk/Article/2019/02/06/Fulham-Town-Hall-to-be-developed-in-to-hotel-and-restaurants
 

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At least Hammersmith & Fulham Council has not (yet) sent in the wreckers, as happened wihen the grand Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea Council did just to the old Kensington Town Hall: "Nicholas Freeman (1939-1989) was Conservative Party leader of the London Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Council in the United Kingdom from 1977 until 1989. In 1982 he provoked a storm of opposition amongst people of all political persuasions by using his powers as council leader, without consulting colleagues, to order the overnight destruction of Kensington’s fine century-old Italianate Town Hall on Kensington High Street. The building was due to be given special Listed Status on the Monday, but at 3 a.m. on the day before the façade was smashed to pieces by demolition experts. The Royal Fine Art Commission condemned the action as 'official vandalism… decided upon covertly, implemented without warning and timed deliberately to thwart known opposition.'." That's politicians for you! So much for being a "conservative".
 

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