"...the town halls of Victoria's reign.... grew up to fulfil the needs of the rapidly developed towns... In them new wealth, new patrons and a new language of architecture opened the door to a rich and sometimes strange variety of buildings" (Cunningham 1).
"The Town Hall itself must astonish many a Londoner, unaccustomed as yet to the idea of a great municipal organisatiom, when he beholds it for the first time" (about Manchester Town Hall, Dolman 38).
London and Greater London
- Former Ealing Town Hall, by Charles Jones
- Ealing Town Hall, by Charles Jones
- Leyton Town Hall, by John Johnson
- The London County Hall, by Ralph Knott
- Former County Hall, London, as extended by Higgs & Hill
Regional Town Halls and Civic Buildings
- St George's Hall, Liverpool, by Harvey Lonsdale Elmes and C. R. Cockerell
- Birmingham Town Hall, by Hansom and Welch, completed by Charles Edge
- Council House, Birmingham, by Yeoville Thomason
- Leeds Town Hall, by Cuthbert Brodrick
- Bradford Town Hall, by Lockwood & Mawson
- Manchester Town Hall, by Alfred Waterhouse
- Sheffield Town Hall, by Edward William Mountford
- Old Town Hall, Belfast, by Anthony Jackson
- City Hall, Cardiff, by Lanchester, Stewart and Rickards
- City Hall, Belfast, by Alfred Brumwell Thomas
- Old Town Hall, Staines, by John Johnson
Town Halls and Civic Buildings outside Britain
- Old Town Hall, New Delhi
- Town Hall, Ciechanów (Poland)
- Town Hall, Bosward (Holland)
- Town Hall (Municipio), Genoa
Cunningham, Colin. Victorian and Edwardian Town Halls. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1981.
Curl, James Stevens. Victorian Architecture. Newton Abbot: David & Charles, 1990 (see "Civic Buildings," pp. 287-89).
Dolman, Frederick. Municipalities at Work: The Municipal Policy of Six Great Towns, and Its Influence on Their Social Welfare. London: Metheun, 1895. Internet Archive. Web. 9 March 2013.
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