Grid Ref: SJ 349 904
Date: 26 July 2011

These photographs were taken on visit made by and Adult Education group from Alston Hall College course on 'Civic Pride' led by local historian David Brazendale. There is a Wikipedia article on St. George's Hall with pictures of some of the statues inside

St. George's Hall
The South Front. With the Motto "For Arts, Law and Counsel"
View of Hall and surroundings
The side of the Hall with views towards the Walker Art Gallery

Equestrian statues of Prince Albert and Queen Victoria are seen on the East Front of St. George's Hall. The Duke of Wellington looks down from his column to the "Trafalgar Square lions" beneath


South front   Between Columns
South Front from the East   Between the columns of the South Front
Bronze Door   Horn of Plenty
Bronze door on South Front   Greek figure with a 'horn of plenty' on the South Front
North End   East Front
The North end of St. George's Hall Liverpool   East Front with Benjamin Disraeli
Disraeli   Prince Albert
Disraeli   Prince Albert
Victoria   Lion
Queen Victoria with Duke of Wellington beyond   Lion reminiscent of those in Trafalgar Square
Courtroom   Doors
The courtroom inside St. George's Hall with wax figures   The doors opposite the judge's bench
St. George's Hall   Doors
Looking down into St. George's Hall from the balcony   The doors on the South End.
Ceiling   Organ
Vaulted ceiling of St. George's Hall   Organ at the North End
Panel   Prison beneath
Panel on War Memorial   Prison beneath courtroom with images of some inmates



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