Sessions House, Usk

County Sessions House, Liverpool

County Sessions House in William Brown Street, Liverpool, England is a court building designed by F and G Holme and opened in 1884.

The building is classical in style with a portico with Corinthian columns. The front of the building feature four paired columns. The pediment above the entrance bears the crest of Lancashire County Council. The interior is decorated in a very ornate style, and includes an Italian Renaissance staircase. The building is now used as offices for National Museums Liverpool.

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