February 25, 2008

50 years of The Victorian Society

Writing about web page http://www.victorian-society.org.uk/news/11113/nation_prepares_to_celebrate_the_victorian_societys_golden_jubilee.html

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This week marks the 50th year of the Victorian Society, which acts to preserve Victorian and Edwardian architecture. Over the years the society has saved buildings such as the Albert Memorial and St Pancras Station in London, Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, and Liverpool's Albert Dock, as well as running events and promoting public interest in Victorian and Edwardian arts and architecture. More info on the website.


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