Re: Lost Cinema

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Posted by  John E. Ruffle on November 21, 2003 at 02:25:02:

In Reply to:  Lost Cinema posted by Per Corell on September 26, 2002 at 03:05:10:

I'm doing some independent research on the cinema on Northfields Ave. in west London, directly opposite the Northfields underground station. It was built in around 1934. It is a listed building inside and out, and was a night club for a while. A local church then "rescued" it and has done a lot of work in restoring the inside to its former glory, and a remarkable amount of it is original - many of the doors still have the original hinges etc. I'm interested in as much of the history of the building and its place within the community pre and post war as possible, and also the histroy of its architecture; ie, was it a one off, or were there a number of cinemas built with the same or similar drawings?

John Ruffle

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