Exterior views of the building
- End view
- Colored photograph c. 1890-1900
- Lime Street and St George's Hall
- The history of the building
- St. George's Hall: The world's first airconditioned building
- Main Air Intake at North End of East Portico
Interior views of the building
- The undercroft
- Great North Water Apparatus (Pipes are 100mm in Diameter).
- Humidifying Steam Injectors below Great North Water Apparatus
- Typical Air Valves
- Position of Gas Jet in Extract Shaft
- Roof Space Over Court No 2 (Originally Civil Court).
Plans of the building
Bas reliefs on St George's Hall: The Progress of Justice series
- Thomas Stirling Lee's Joy follows the growth of Justice, led by Conscience, directed by wisdom
- Thomas Stirling Lee's Justice in her purity, refuses to be diverted by the straight path by wealth and fame
- Thomas Stirling Lee's Justice, having attained maturity, upholds theworld, supported by knwledge and right
- Thomas Stirling Lee's Justice able to stand alone, adminsiter by the sword
- Thomas Stirling Lee's Justice, relieved of her sword by virtue and of her scale by concord
- Thomas Stirling Lee's Justice receives the kiss of righteousness, and the crown of immortality
Bas reliefs on St George's Hall: the National Progress series
- Charles John Allen's Liverpool, a municipality, employs labour and encorages art
- Charles John Allen's Liverpool collects produce and exports the maufactures of the country
- Conrad Dressler's Liverpool imports cattle and wool, for food and clothing
- Conrad Dressler's Liverpool by its imports supplies the country with food and corn
- Thomas Stirling Lee's Liverpool by her shipwrights builds vessels of commerce
- Thomas Stirling Lee's Liverpool, a fihsing village, gives her sons the boat and the net
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