7 Remarkable Survivals from the Festival of BritainPosted: May 17, 2017
The 1951 Festival of Britain showcased achievements in science, technology, industry, architecture and the arts in venues across the country. Much of what was built for the Festival was dismantled at the end – but there are some remarkable remnants.
As well as personal memories and mementos passed through families, the Festival survives in a number of intriguing and unexpected places.
Reg and Joy Bond, who had come to the festival from New Malden, Surrey. Image kindly supplied by their granddaughter, Becky.
Here we take a look at 8 examples:
1. Susan Lawrence and Elizabeth Lansbury Schools, London Grade II listed
Part of the Festival of Britain was a ‘Live Architecture’ exhibition in the Stepney / Poplar area of London. Nearly a quarter of buildings in the area…
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