The Reconstruction after Fire of the Albert Hall, Within the Bolton Town Hall
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The Reconstruction after Fire of the Albert Hall, Within the Bolton Town Hall

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The Reconstruction after Fire of the Albert Hall, Within the Bolton Town Hall
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The Albert Hall, central concert hall in the Bolton Town Hall, was completely burnt out on 14 November 1981. The opportunity was taken to construct a replica upper concert hall and to insert a 2lft-high festival hall of the same plan size between this hall and the service and ancillary areas situated at ground level. R.B. Leyland and D. Otter

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