Bartlett Hall, Lancaster


Stone plaque above the doorway to Bartlett Hall, Lancaster. Built in 1912 as a Temperance society meeting place, the hall now forms part of the Gregson Community Centre.

The letterforms are cut in relief with a delicate serif. The unusual  ‘top bar’ found on the letter ‘A’s is rarely seen in examples in Lancaster.

Location: Williamson Road, Lancaster, UK.

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