Lambeth Palace, London: detail of the Guard Room roof during restoration
|Architect/Designer||Seely & Paget|
|Library Reference||46584/65 (Architectural Aids A394)|
|Colour Info||Black and white|
|Subject||Roofs ; Restoration|
NOTES: The Guard Room is faced with Bath stone and has a 14th century roof carved with animals, figures and foliations which was restored when Edward Blore altered the building in the 1830s. It was further restored after bomb damage during World War II by Seely & Paget in the 1950s.
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