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Training College
  • Europe
  • Training College, late 1800s
  • Where object was made: Salisbury, England, United Kingdom
  • albumen print
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  • Transfer from the Department of Architectural Engineering
  • Not on display
  • S2015.607

An exterior view of the eastern facade of the King's House, now known as The Salisbury Museum. This facade faces the western facade of Salisbury Cathedral. The facade contains five chimneys and is made of stone. The building contains a series of mullioned windows. The facing right side of the building is covered in ivy. The building that abuts the King's House on the facing left side is also covered by ivy. There is a gravel pathway leading from the street towards the front of the building. Plantings border the pathway.