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THE PAXTON PUBLIC HOUSE, GIPSY ROAD, WEST NORWOOD

The Paxton public house in Gipsy Road, West Norwood, was named after Sir Joseph Paxton, architect and builder of the nearby Crystal Palace and built c.1855. Photographed on 30th July 2004. Digital image courtesy of Keith Holdaway, 2004.Ref: SPd 4029/8/Lam.163

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Collection:Keith Holdaway Collection
Image type:Photograph
Artist:Holdaway
Ref:06653
Original ref:SPd4029/8/Lam163
Date:2004

1976 to dateBUILDINGS / ARCHITECTUREINNS AND PUBLIC HOUSESKeith Holdaway CollectionPAXTON- JosephPhotographROADS AND STREETSWEST NORWOOD

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