Salvation Army Citadel, Brighton :: Shared Description

E. J. Hamilton's 1883 Congress Hall, in grey brick and terracotta-dressed stone with towers and battlemented parapets, was opened by Catherine Booth, the wife of the Army's founder.

Its poor condition led to its demolition in 2000; the 200 members moved to the nearby Preston Barracks until architect David Greenwood's new octagonal citadel was built.

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by Paul Gillett
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TQ3105 : Salvation Army Citadel by Paul Gillett

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Created: Mon, 9 Nov 2009, Updated: Wed, 11 Nov 2009

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