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Choose from 36 pictures in our Hotel collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The Spa, Scarborough WSA01_01_05949a
The Spa, Scarborough WSA01_01_05949a
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Bewdley GOM01_05_050_27
Bewdley GOM01_05_050_27
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Cross Keys Hotel  BB73_03085
Cross Keys Hotel BB73_03085
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Chatham High Street  BB68_02394
Chatham High Street BB68_02394
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Kirkgate  BB72_03003
Kirkgate BB72_03003
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Royal Victoria Hotel  33212_031
Royal Victoria Hotel 33212_031
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Marine Court  33212_015
Marine Court 33212_015
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Grand Hotel  33210_034
Grand Hotel 33210_034
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Burlington Hotel  33210_052
Burlington Hotel 33210_052
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Dancefloor JLP01_08_054037
Dancefloor JLP01_08_054037
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Assembling steel frame JLP01_11_63516_05
Assembling steel frame JLP01_11_63516_05
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Bricklaying JLP01_08_087537
Bricklaying JLP01_08_087537
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Bricklaying JLP01_08_087537 Featured Image

Bricklaying JLP01_08_087537

Royal Scot Hotel, King's Cross Road, Islington, Greater London. Bricklayers at work building the interior walls of the Royal Scot Hotel during its construction.
Construction of the seven-storey Royal Scot Hotel at Percy Circus began in 1970. The structure was built of loadbearing brickwork in order to avoid a chain reaction in the case of wall collapse due to fire or explosion. Large quantities of bricks were therefore needed, which were delivered from Woodside Brickworks in Norwood and the Redland brick company in Horsham. The topping out ceremony was held on 23rd March 1972 and the hotel was officially opened on 14th November 1972. When it opened, the hotel had just fewer than 350 bedrooms, each with a private bathroom, as well as a restaurant, coffee shop, cocktail bar and lounge bar, a functions suite, and car park

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Pipe band JLP01_08_093260
Pipe band JLP01_08_093260
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Christmas Crane JLP01_11_40966_09
Christmas Crane JLP01_11_40966_09
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Christmas Crane JLP01_11_40966_10
Christmas Crane JLP01_11_40966_10
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Metropole Hotel extension JLP01_10_53123
Metropole Hotel extension JLP01_10_53123
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Metropole Hotel extension JLP01_10_53117
Metropole Hotel extension JLP01_10_53117
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Working on pile foundations JLP01_10_37204
Working on pile foundations JLP01_10_37204
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Working on pile foundations JLP01_10_37202
Working on pile foundations JLP01_10_37202
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Bracing struts JLP01_10_37197
Bracing struts JLP01_10_37197
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Construction site JLP01_10_34876
Construction site JLP01_10_34876
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Preserving a facade JLP01_10_34181
Preserving a facade JLP01_10_34181
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Lucky dip JLP01_08_054089
Lucky dip JLP01_08_054089
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Central London YMCA JLP01_10_03687
Central London YMCA JLP01_10_03687
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Central London YMCA JLP01_10_03687 Featured Image

Central London YMCA JLP01_10_03687

Central London YMCA, Great Russell Street, Camden, Greater London. An elevated view of the Central London YMCA from the north-west, with scaffolding and hoardings around the lower storey of the west facade of the podium.
It was announced in February 1971 that Laing had started work on a new building at Central London YMCA, to replace an existing building which had opened in the 1910s. The project comprised four residential towers between 6 and 12 storeys high, above a podium. The towers would accommodate 1,200 residents in over 700 single and double bedrooms; staff would be accommodated in penthouse suits on the top of the three lower towers. The towers were built on a two-storey podium containing restaurants, offices, a public library, and shops. Beneath the buildings were basements 16 metres below street level, for car parks, a swimming pool, a gymnasium, a sports hall, and a conference centre. The basements and podium, which were built using reinforced concrete and structural steel, comprised Phase I of the project. The towers were built in Phase II. They were clad in 2,000 precast concrete panels and used deeply moulded white concrete window panels, both manufactured by John Laing Concrete in Princes Risborough. The building was completed in 1977, though it was partially occupied by October 1976

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Central London YMCA JLP01_08_761537
Central London YMCA JLP01_08_761537
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Trade union meeting JLP01_08_096776a
Trade union meeting JLP01_08_096776a
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Lumley Castle 34009_020
Lumley Castle 34009_020
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Saltburn-by-the-Sea 28907_029
Saltburn-by-the-Sea 28907_029
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Bournemouth Town Hall 33558_010
Bournemouth Town Hall 33558_010
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St Laswrence. Pegwell Bay PEN01_15_03_29452
St Laswrence. Pegwell Bay PEN01_15_03_29452
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Old George Inn ZEH01_01_16
Old George Inn ZEH01_01_16
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Hotel Metropole OP00485
Hotel Metropole OP00485
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1930s Portsmouth CXP01_01_039
1930s Portsmouth CXP01_01_039
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George Hotel Portsmouth CXP01_01_052
George Hotel Portsmouth CXP01_01_052
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Stamford DAC01_03_003
Stamford DAC01_03_003
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Watts Warehouse Manchester AA42_01751
Watts Warehouse Manchester AA42_01751
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Central London YMCA JLP01_08_761537 Featured Image

Central London YMCA JLP01_08_761537

Central London YMCA, Great Russell Street, Camden, Greater London. The structurally-complete tower blocks of the Central London YMCA, with scaffolding erected around the two-storey podium below, viewed from the south-east.
It was announced in February 1971 that Laing had started work on a new building at Central London YMCA, to replace an existing building which had opened in the 1910s. The project comprised four residential towers between 6 and 12 storeys high, above a podium. The towers would accommodate 1,200 residents in over 700 single and double bedrooms; staff would be accommodated in penthouse suits on the top of the three lower towers. The towers were built on a two-storey podium containing restaurants, offices, a public library, and shops. Beneath the buildings were basements 16 metres below street level, for car parks, a swimming pool, a gymnasium, a sports hall, and a conference centre. The basements and podium, which were built using reinforced concrete and structural steel, comprised Phase I of the project. The towers were built in Phase II. They were clad in 2,000 precast concrete panels and used deeply moulded white concrete window panels, both manufactured by John Laing Concrete in Princes Risborough. The building was completed in 1977, though it was partially occupied by October 1976

© Historic England Archive