Historical information

Victoria Hall, Armstrong St Charlton was built for E. Miles in 1884. Sid Rosewall's house is on the right. This photo taken c. 1960.

Physical description

Colour photograph of a single storey, triple fronted red brick building. The front of the building is painted. There are double doors for the main entrance and three single doors - one to the left and two to the right of the main doors. There is a large, ornamental parapet wall on the front of the building with a flag pole. A wide verandah runs the length of the front of the building with a pitched section over the main entrance. The LH side of the building is unpainted and has four windows high on the wall.
A red brick building is partially visible on the RH side of the photo. It has two chimneys and iron roof.