Ipswich County Court – May 2012

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Ipswich County Hall is a grey gault brick building and was formerly the courthouse, later becoming the shire Hall. There was once an 18th Century gaol at the rear The Tudor Style building was designed by W McIntosh Brooks in 1836. Boosting a central entrance, block build with twin castellated tower and castellated side wings. The central entrance door has heavy double doors and a portcullis grille above. Above the entrance doors is a shield bearing the buildings completion date of 1837.

Sadly this building has seen better days, however there are still glimpses of its former granduer to be seen. Visited in the company of UrbanX and Covert Urbex.

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Sorry if this isn’t the right area it seemed the best fit

1 comment

#1ZenSheewTewJanuary 27, 2013, 12:19 pm

Добрый день, подскажите достойную школу иностранного в Ростове или Батайске.

Заранее спасибо :)

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