Ealing in 50 Buildings

Ealing in 50 Buildings

Known as the 'Queen of the Suburbs', Ealing is best known as being home to the world famous Ealing Studios, the oldest film studios still in operation. But there's much more to Ealing's historical and architectural heritage than this.

Ealing in 50 Buildings explores the history of this West London borough through a selection of its greatest architectural treasures, from the Medieval - the grade one listed St. Mary's church in Perivale - to the twenty-first century gurdwara in Havelock Road, the biggest Sikh temple outside India. There are buildings associated with famous people, such as the poor law school which was attended by Charlie Chaplin, public buildings, such as St. Bernard's Hospital, where reforming surgeon, Dr John Conolly worked, as well as mansions designed by John Soane. Local author and historian Paul Howard Lang celebrates Ealing's architectural heritage in a new and accessible way as he guides the reader around the borough's historic and modern buildings.
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