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English: Plan of the principal floor of the Palace of Westminster in London, from the collection of architectural drawings formed by Frederick Crace (died 1859), now in the possession of the British Library.
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|Author||It is probably an original drawing produced by Charles Barry's office.|
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Queen's Robing Room
St Stephen's Hall
Victoria Tower and Sovereign's Entrance
Lower Waiting Hall
St Stephen's Porch
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