EPW020861 ENGLAND (1928). The Empire Stadium and car parking for FA Cup Final Day, Wembley Park, from the north, 1928

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Details

Title [EPW020861] The Empire Stadium and car parking for FA Cup Final Day, Wembley Park, from the north, 1928
Reference EPW020861
Date 21-April-1928
Link
Place name WEMBLEY PARK
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 519510, 185822
Longitude / Latitude -0.27585176180194, 51.558126516067
National Grid Reference TQ195858

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Palace of Arts building. This remained in place until the 80s or 90s. I think that it was built to resemble a Romanesque chapel - made out of prestressed concrete! It was recognisable as you passed it on Empire Way for that curious domed end.

The Laird
Saturday 28th of June 2014 09:17:28 AM