Plate 20
Staircase and ambulatory

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English Heritage

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Hermione Hobhouse (general editor)

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1991

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'Plate 20: Staircase and ambulatory', Survey of London Monograph 17: County Hall (1991), pp. 20. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=118214 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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Plate 20


a. Ceremonial Staircase looking west in 1922. The bronze balustrading, designed by Knott, was made by the

Bromsgrove Guild

a. Ceremonial Staircase looking west in 1922. The bronze balustrading, designed by Knott, was made by the Bromsgrove Guild


b (left). South-east ambulatory in 1990 (p. 76)

b (left). South-east ambulatory in 1990 (p. 76)


c (above). Entrance to Council Chamber at the top of the Ceremonial

Staircase in 1960. The malachite vases were bequeathed to the LCC

by a former Member (H. L. Jephson) in 1914

c (above). Entrance to Council Chamber at the top of the Ceremonial Staircase in 1960. The malachite vases were bequeathed to the LCC by a former Member (H. L. Jephson) in 1914