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I have this thing for clocks: County Fire Office

The County Fire Office is at the end of Regent Street, adjacent to Piccadilly Circus intersection and on the corner of Glasshouse Street.  According to Historic England, it was completed in 1924 by Ernest Newton as part of the “grandiose rebuilding” … Continue reading

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Shackelford County Jail

The first permanent public building in Shackelford County was the jail constructed in 1877-78.  It is described as one of the few remaining examples of 19th Century Classic architecture. The architect was John Thomas of Thomas and Woerner Builders in … Continue reading

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