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LAMBETH MAGISTRATE’S COURT, RENFEW ROAD, KENNINGTON

The Lambeth Magistrate's Court in Renfrew Road, Kennington. The Court was built in 1869 to the designs of the then Metropolitan Police Surveyor, Thomas Sorby. It remained as a Police Court for 100 years until the Camberwell Green Magistrates' Court opened and then becoming a maximum security court. The numerous high profile trials including that of the Kray Twins in 1968. It was restored by a Buddhist community and is now the Jamyang Buddhist Centre.Photograph by M.D.Trace, dated 5th May 1964.Ref: SP13/779/Mag.1

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Image type:Photograph
Artist:M.D.Trace
Ref:07572
Original ref:SP13/779/Mag.1
Date:1966

1951 - 1975BUILDINGS / ARCHITECTUREKENNINGTONLAW AND ORDERPhotographRELIGION

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