An aerial view showing Crystal Palace at Sydenham
- circa 1925 - 1930
- Crystal Palace, Sydenham Hill, Bromley, Greater London Authority, SE19
- Photograph (Negative)
The Crystal Palace was designed to house the Great Exhibition of 1851, in Hyde Park. It was moved to Sydenham in 1854 and formed the focal point for the newly developed Crystal Palace Park. It was destroyed by fire on the night of 30th November 1936.
This is part of the Collection: MAS01 Mason, Arthur James
© Historic England Archive
Photographer: Mason, Arthur James
Victorian Public Park, Victorian Exhibition Hall
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