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New Scotland Yard, Victoria Embankment, London

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Shaw, Richard Norman (1831-1912)
SOURCE: Hermann Muthesius. Die Englische Baukunst der Gegenwart (Leipzig: Cosmos, 1900), pl. 56 NOTES: New Scotland Yard was built in two phases, the North Building (1890) and South Building (1906). It was the headquarters of the Metropolitan Police until 1967 and from 1979 was known as the Norman Shaw Buildings and used as Parliamentary offices.

New Scotland Yard, Victoria Embankment, London

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Shaw, Richard Norman (1831-1912)
SOURCE: Hermann Muthesius. Die Englische Baukunst der Gegenwart (Leipzig: Cosmos, 1900), pl. 56 NOTES: New Scotland Yard was built in two phases, the North Building (1890) and South Building (1906). It was the headquarters of the Metropolitan Police until 1967 and from 1979 was known as the Norman Shaw Buildings and used as Parliamentary offices.

City Hall, Norwich: the entrance to the police and fire station

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James, Charles Holloway (1893-1953)

City Hall, Norwich: the staircase to the police flats

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James, Charles Holloway (1893-1953)

City Hall, Norwich: the entrance court to the police flats

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James, Charles Holloway (1893-1953)

An examination at Bow Street office and court house, Covent Garden, London

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Browne, James (fl. 1700-1710)
SOURCE: R. Ackermann. The Microcosm of London (London, 1835), vol. I, pl. 11 NOTES: Thomas de Veil, the first Bow Street magistrate, established his office and court at his house at 4 Bow Street in 1740. The house was built by James Browne in 1703-04.

Watch House, St Marylebone, London: watchmen assembling for their nocturnal rounds

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SOURCE: R. Ackermann. The Microcosm of London (London, 1835), vol. III, pl.91

Police Headquarters, Bishopsgate, City of London: a cell

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Vine & Vine
NOTES: This Police Headquarters comprised a police station, an accommodation block with facilities for single and married policemen, a police hospital on the top floors and a rifle and revolver range in the basement.

Civic Centre, Tunbridge Wells: cell in the police station

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Prestwich, Ernest
NOTES: The Civic Centre comprises, municipal buildings, assembly hall, police court and station, library and a fire station.

New Scotland Yard, Victoria Embankment, London: south elevation

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Shaw, Richard Norman (1831-1912)
NOTES: New Scotland Yard was built in two phases, the North Building (1890) and South Building (1906). It was the headquarters of the Metropolitan Police until 1967 and from 1979 was known as the Norman Shaw Buildings and used as Parliamentary offices.
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