Singapore River & Master Attendant's Bldg

  • Singapore River & Master Attendant's Bldg
Singapore River & Master Attendant's Bldg
S$ 100.00
Item Code : L0458SR
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Artist/Cartographer: G R Lambert
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Here we see the Singapore River at low tide and the development on the south bank of the river . To the right of St Andrew's Cathedral you will note the ld Court House, undergoing extensions carried out between 1873 and 1875. It was built in 1927 as a residence for John Maxwell by George Coleman. To the right of the Court House stands the Master Attendant's building, and behind it, the Town Hall, which, after the addition of an additional wing and clock tower, completed in 1906, emerged as the Victoria Memorial Hall & Theatre. To the right, a wing of the building, built 1864-67 as the new Court House, comes into view; today's Empress Place Building. The noise from the boat yard next door rendered this an untenable alternative and the court moved back to the Old Court House in 1875.

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