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Latitude: 51.4232 / 51°25'23"N
Longitude: -0.0738 / 0°4'25"W
OS Eastings: 534020
OS Northings: 171113
OS Grid: TQ340711
Mapcode National: GBR HN.41L
Mapcode Global: VHGRD.NHVB
Entry Name: The Upper and Lower Terrace of the Crystal Palace Gardens
Listing Date: 1 September 1953
Last Amended: 29 June 1973
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1064352
English Heritage Legacy ID: 358428
Location: Bromley, London, SE19
Electoral Ward/Division: Crystal Palace
Built-Up Area: Bromley
Traditional County: Surrey
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater London
Church of England Parish: Anerley Christ Church and St Paul
Church of England Diocese: Rochester
CRYSTAL PALACE PARK, PENGE, SE19
The Upper and Lower Terrace
of the Crystal Palace Gardens
(Formerly Listed under
Crystal Palace Parade)
TQ 37 SW 4/208 1.9.53.
The Crystal Palace, designed by Sir Joseph Paxton for the Great Exhibition
of 1851 in Hyde Park, was afterwards taken down and re-erected here in
1852-4 on the site of Penge Place. The building itself was burned down
in 1936, but the 2 terraces of the formal garden in front of it survive.
They were designed by Paxton at the time of the re-erection. Each terrace
consists of a series of round-headed arches containing semi-circular semi-
domed niches arranged in groups of 3 with taller pilasters between the
groups carried up into the balustrade above which is of similar pattern of
narrow round-headed arches, the taller pilasters topped by vases or statues.
Flights of steps lead down from each terrace at intervals. The space between
the terraces was laid out with fountains and statues.
Listing NGR: TQ3402071113
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