The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 64 (1986) > Issues > Issue 2 > 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

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