Salvation Army Hostel in Buckingham Gate
Salvation Army Hostel in Buckingham Gate
Record No
126838
Title
Salvation Army Hostel in Buckingham Gate
Description
A view of the front elevation of Red Shield House, a Salvation Army Hostel at 66 Buckingham Gate, Westminster. The building, at the corner of Caxton Street, has five storeys and covers several bays. It incorporates the Red Shield restaurant. A small cross has been set at the apex of the gable end in Caxton Street. Cradles of the kind used by window cleaners hang from the top of the facade. A woman with an opened umbrella stands at the street corner. A Triumph 2.5 PI Mark I saloon and a Triumph Spitfire sports car are parked outside. The building no longer exists and an office building occupies the site.
Date of execution
1974
Section
London Metropolitan Archives
Collection
LCC Photograph Library
Medium
photograph
Catalogue No
SC_PHL_01_447_74_15879
London picture map location
Exact
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