Situated on the corner of Albion Place and Forest View, the Masonic Hall was consecrated for masonic use in December 1879. J. G. Poole was the architect and Samuel Stevens the builder. Before the hall was built the masons met in Bugle Street. According to Sir James Lemon, borough engineer from 1866, the rooms there afforded “miserable accommodation”.

Masonic Hall

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Photograph, c.2010


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