);

Call us on 07753413005

Call us on
0775 341 3005

 


Ealing Town Hall
"<" back one image Ealing Town Hall 
 Ealing’s Old Town Hall is a Grade 2 listed building and was designed by architect Charles Jones (1830-1913). He persuaded Edward Wood to sell his meadow which lay between the Uxbridge Road, the Great Western Railway cutting and by Longfield Avenue, on the understanding it would always remain council property through Deed of Covenant. It is in the ‘Revived Gothic’ style and is built of Kentish ragstone. 
 Keywords: greetings card, greetings cards, Town Hall, Revived Gothic, Gothic, Charles Jones, Edward Wood,, Uxbridge Road, Great Western Railway, Longfield Avenue, Kentish ragstone, Hanwell, Ealing, west London forward one image ">"

Ealing’s Old Town Hall is a Grade 2 listed building

and was designed by architect Charles Jones (1830-1913). He persuaded Edward Wood to sell his meadow which lay between the Uxbridge Road, the Great Western Railway cutting and by Longfield Avenue, on the understanding it would always remain council property through Deed of Covenant. It is in the ‘Revived Gothic’ style and is built of Kentish ragstone.