Taken in December 1940 by photographer Jack Delano, this photograph is the ‘money shot’ – it shows the original wooden façade replaced with an Art Deco-inspired frontage that was built in 1929. It is currently unknown if the wooden façade was demolished or destroyed by fire.
Taken in December 1940 by photographer Jack Delano, this photograph is the ‘money shot’ – it shows the original wooden façade replaced with an Art Deco-inspired frontage that was built in 1929. It is currently unknown if the wooden façade was demolished or destroyed by fire.

Taken in December 1940 by photographer Jack Delano, this photograph is the ‘money shot’ – it shows the original wooden façade replaced with an Art Deco-inspired frontage that was built in 1929. It is currently unknown if the wooden façade was demolished or destroyed by fire.

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Image Info

  • Dimensions314 × 450
  • CameraLeaf Aptus-II 12(LI301509 )/Schneider Lens Control
  • TypeJPG
  • Name276-Westminster-1940-2-1.jpg
  • Mime Typeimage/jpeg

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