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Mosque Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 25 pictures in our Mosque collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Regents Park Mosque JLP01_10_04302
Regents Park Mosque JLP01_10_04302
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Regents Park Mosque JLP01_10_04821A
Regents Park Mosque JLP01_10_04821A
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Doors to the prayer hall JLP01_10_04612
Doors to the prayer hall JLP01_10_04612
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Regents Park Mosque JLP01_10_04523
Regents Park Mosque JLP01_10_04523
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Installing geometric tiles JLP01_10_04403
Installing geometric tiles JLP01_10_04403
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Installing the finial JLP01_10_04300
Installing the finial JLP01_10_04300
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Installing the finial JLP01_10_04298
Installing the finial JLP01_10_04298
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Crescent JLP01_10_04209
Crescent JLP01_10_04209
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Gilding the dome JLP01_10_04103
Gilding the dome JLP01_10_04103
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Scaffolding JLP01_10_04059
Scaffolding JLP01_10_04059
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Laying bricks JLP01_10_03484
Laying bricks JLP01_10_03484
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Arcades JLP01_09_771709
Arcades JLP01_09_771709
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Regents Park Mosque JLP01_10_04821A Featured Image

Regents Park Mosque JLP01_10_04821A

London Central Mosque and The Islamic Cultural Centre, Park Road, Regent's Park, City of Westminster, Greater London. A view of the newly completed London Central Mosque taken from a high vantage point, looking over the courtyard to the east side of the building.
The London Central Mosque, also known as Regent's Park Mosque, was built by John Laing & Son Ltd between 1974 and 1977. The mosque was designed by English architect Sir Frederick Gibberd, who won the international competition to design the mosque in 1969

© Historic England Archive. John Laing Photographic Collection

Presentation JLP01_09_771565
Presentation JLP01_09_771565
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Arcades JLP01_09_771229
Arcades JLP01_09_771229
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Installing the finial JLP01_09_770401
Installing the finial JLP01_09_770401
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Crescent finial JLP01_09_770400
Crescent finial JLP01_09_770400
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Laying bricks JLP01_09_760967
Laying bricks JLP01_09_760967
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Minaret construction team JLP01_09_753519
Minaret construction team JLP01_09_753519
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Slipform construction JLP01_09_753514
Slipform construction JLP01_09_753514
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Construction site JLP01_09_740944
Construction site JLP01_09_740944
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Golden Mosque and Seven Sisters 33761_019
Golden Mosque and Seven Sisters 33761_019
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Shah Jahan Mosque AA031167
Shah Jahan Mosque AA031167
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Regents Park Mosque DP148098
Regents Park Mosque DP148098
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Minaret and dome DP148072
Minaret and dome DP148072
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Slipform construction JLP01_09_753514 Featured Image

Slipform construction JLP01_09_753514

London Central Mosque and The Islamic Cultural Centre, Park Road, Regent's Park, City of Westminster, Greater London. A view of the minaret at the London Central Mosque being slipformed in two concentric cylinders, with a crane lowering concrete to the men working on the platform.
The minaret of the London Central Mosque was constructed using a slipforming technique, in which concrete is poured into the top of a continuously moving form. The form is raised at a rate which allows the concrete to harden and emerge from the form maintaining its shape. The minaret was formed in two concentric cylinders using the slip form shutter, with a lift located in the central area and a spiral staircase between the two walls. The concrete for the 43 metre high minaret was poured in 10 days from the 15th - 25th September 1975. The site team worked in 12-hour long day and night shifts, six days a week, to achieve this

© Historic England Archive. John Laing Photographic Collection

Mosque construction JLP01_10_02796
Mosque construction JLP01_10_02796
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