Croydon’s architecture: the beautiful and the damned

Posted on July 2nd, by Emma Duchat in Culture. 1 Comment

Enjoying the buildings that form a backdrop to our CR0 life

Ah, Croydon. Where else can such a wonderful collection of post-war architecture be found in such a compact area? Right out of East Croydon train station, the 50p (or threepenny bit, as it was known in a previous life) building presides over the area in all its hexagonal glory. Or maybe it’s octagonal. It’s definitely polygonal, … Read More »