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Post 113: Spot the Difference

So, late last year, before the Christmas break, the scaffolding finally came down. Our view from the window was finally clear and we couldn’t believe how much light we had missed! It also meant that we were finally able to move from our temporary office to our new purposely built one. Can you spot where it is from the before and after images below?

 Handel & Hendrix in London before building works started. Image by Justin Barton

Handel & Hendrix in London before building works started. Image by Justin Barton

Handel & Hendrix in London more recently after the scaffold came down. Image by Phillip Reed

Handel & Hendrix in London more recently after the scaffold came down. Image by Phillip Reed

 

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About Ella Roberts

I am the Communications Officer at Handel House Museum

One comment on “Post 113: Spot the Difference

  1. Sarah Bardwell
    30 January 2016

    Love the before and after photos, quietly impressive from the outside. Can’t wait for the opening.

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