Shire Hall Museum – Dorchester (Architectural Photography)
Shire Hall was designed by the architect Thomas Hardwick and was Dorset’s courthouse from 1797 until 1955, housing prisoners such as the Tolpuddle Martrys within its walls. It was recognised as a Grade I listed building in 1950. It It ceased to be a court in 1955, and was used as offices for West Dorset District Council. For this project I drew upon my experience as an architectural photographer to show these beautiful building at its best.
More recently it has been converted into a museum with exhibitions covering its history, events, talks and plays.
The construction was sympathetically completed by Greendale Construction. These images are both in colour and black and white and showcase the architecture and structure at its best.
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