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Earls Court Exhibition Centre London from the air

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aerial photograph of Earls Court Exhibition Centre, London UK. Earls Court Exhibition Centre was opened in 1887 with the art deco buildings constructed 1935-1937 and designed by C. Howard Crane.Earls Court Two was added in 1985. Earls Court Exhibition Centre was demolished in 2014 to make way for an urban village regeneration scheme. On the left is Empress State Building which was built 1958-61 and remodelled by Wilkinson Eyre Architects. in 2003


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