Photographer's Note

A view of the upper part of the Guildhall (town hall or meeting room) in Faversham, Kent.

This building, which was originally constructed in 1574, began life as a market hall. It was put into use as the Guildhall in 1603. This was to be the town's third Guildhall.

The building actually stands on stilts; the open area underneath was and still is used to provide cover for market traders and customers during the town's regular markets.

I will put a picture of the full structure in the workshop.

For those who have remarked before, all the images from Faversham were captured using a digital camera, probably my first one , a Cannon EOS 10D.

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Additional Photos by Stephen Nunney (snunney) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 10630 W: 63 N: 29874] (130967)
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