EAW005456 ENGLAND (1947). HM Prison Holloway and environs, Tufnell Park, 1947

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Title [EAW005456] HM Prison Holloway and environs, Tufnell Park, 1947
Reference EAW005456
Date May-1947
Link
Place name TUFNELL PARK
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 530184, 185652
Longitude / Latitude -0.12200830336161, 51.554235778969
National Grid Reference TQ302857

Pins

Holloway Prison, Parkhurst Road, N7

billyfern
Sunday 5th of October 2014 05:47:37 PM
Now the Harvest Estate built in the late 60s.

DVT
Sunday 24th of August 2014 09:33:46 AM
This is now the site of the Michael Sobell Sports sentry. Built in the early 70s.

DVT
Sunday 24th of August 2014 09:32:23 AM
This is now the site of the Michael Sobell Sports sentry. Built in the early 70s.

DVT
Sunday 24th of August 2014 09:32:20 AM
The Nag's Head PH

ChristopherD
Saturday 23rd of August 2014 08:24:23 PM
Jones Brothers Department Store

Merlin1993
Friday 25th of July 2014 09:21:37 AM

Merlin1993
Friday 25th of July 2014 09:20:41 AM
Tollington Way

Merlin1993
Friday 25th of July 2014 08:52:37 AM
The Holloway Arcade - Former site of The Parkhurst Theatre

Merlin1993
Friday 25th of July 2014 08:50:38 AM
The Marlborough Theatre, 383 Holloway Road. The Marlborough Theatre at 383, Holloway Road, Islington was built for F. W. Purcell by Messrs. Patman and Fatheringham. The Theatre, with a capacity of 2,612 was designed by the renowned Theatre Architect, Frank Matcham, and opened on the 5th of October, 1903 with a week of the Carla Rosa Opera Company. The auditorium of the Marlborough consisted of Stalls and Pit, Dress Circle, Upper Circle, and Gallery, with a capacity of 2,612. Sadly the Theatre only presented live theatre for a short period before it was converted for cinema use by Provincial Cinematograph Theatres, reopening on the 28th of May 1918 as the Marlborough Picture Theatre. A Thomas Jones, 2 Manual straight organ was installed to accompany the silent movies shown there. In February 1929 the Theatre was taken over by Gaumont British Theatres who continued to run it as a Cinema until it closed in 1940 due to the war. In February 1942 the Theatre was taken over by Odeon Theatres Ltd., and reopened on the 9th of March the same year with a reduced capacity of 1,685. The last films to be shown at the Marlborough were 'Hell Drivers' and 'The Heart Within' on the 31st of August 1957 and then the Theatre closed its doors for the last time, although it was used as a location for part of the film 'Gideon of Scotland Yard' which was released the following year. The Theatre then remained empty until it was eventually demolished in 1962 for the construction of an office building called Marlborough House, which is currently in use by the City and Islington College.

Merlin1993
Friday 25th of July 2014 08:48:10 AM

Merlin1993
Friday 25th of July 2014 08:35:07 AM

Merlin1993
Friday 25th of July 2014 08:34:29 AM

Merlin1993
Friday 25th of July 2014 08:33:27 AM

Merlin1993
Friday 25th of July 2014 08:32:25 AM

Merlin1993
Friday 25th of July 2014 08:31:00 AM
Parkhurst Road

Merlin1993
Friday 25th of July 2014 08:30:27 AM
Caledonian Road

Merlin1993
Friday 25th of July 2014 08:29:29 AM
Highbury Stadium

Merlin1993
Friday 25th of July 2014 08:26:20 AM