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This is a great looking building. A real highlight of the bay area. Even inside there are lots of nice touches - the tiling was beautiful (but tiling is probably too work-like a word for the tiles all around). Definitely worth a close look.
This beautiful red brick building with clock tower sits majestically among the new modern buildings. It is a must visit with superb Victorian features inside including fabulous tiles. The views from the upstairs windows are incredible and there is also a short film on the...More
In Cardiff, the influence of the Bute family is everywhere as they were respinsible for the 19th century prosperity of the city. A fascjnating building commissioned by the Bute family's dock company, the Pierhead Building designed by William Frame who worked alongside William Burgess, is...More
The Cardiff Bay Pierhead Building is a stunning brick-build building with large clocktower that dominates the landscape.
Stunning relic of the South Wales industrial past and its worldwide trade.
Well worth a look!
This 'polished' red brick monster sits brooding over a huge open space on Cardiff Bay.
I wonder why leaving this relic with all its nooks and crannies was agreed.
The modern buildings surrounding it set it in stark contrast to the other stone surrounds.