5 – 31 JANUARY 2015
Monday – Saturday during normal Library hours. Admission Free
This exhibition of photos from around the country shows examples of the best Victorian and Edwardian buildings and structures that the Society has campaigned to save, and some that have been lost.
It demonstrates the Society’s success in changing public attitudes towards the architecture of the nineteenth century, and its continued relevance for the twenty-first century.
The Victorian Society is the national charity (no.1081435) campaigning for the Victorian and Edwardian historic environment.
Tel. 020 8994 1019 or go to www.victoriansociety.org.uk
The exhibition is supported by Listed Property Services, Shaws Terracotta and J & J W Longbottom Ltd
Photo: Birmingham Terminus, Curzon Street, of London and Birmingham Railway, 1964 (Courtesy English Heritage, National Monuments Record)