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London Court (1937)

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London Court

London Court

London Court

London Court (1937) Opposite Plaza Arcade in Hay St. down to St. George’s Terrace, Perth.

This eccentric ‘street’ in the Mock or Tudor Revival style was perhaps a reaction or alternative to “modernism” and is obviously English and in 1937 when it was built, Britain was still referred to as “the home country” by a high proportion of Western Australians. It was built for goldmining entrepreneur Claude De Bernales, who also financed the Piccadilly.


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