St Georges Hall Liverpool
St George's Hall is a structure on St George's Place, inverse Lime Street rail line station in the focal point of Liverpool, England. Opened in 1854, it is a Neoclassical structure that contains show lobbies and law courts, and is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as an assigned Grade I recorded structure. On the east side of the corridor, among it and the rail line station, is St George's Plateau, and on the west side are St John's Gardens. The lobby is remembered for the William Brown Street preservation territory.
In 1969 the structural antiquarian Nikolaus Pevsner communicated his assessment that it is one of the best neo-Grecian structures on the planet, albeit the structure is known for its utilization of Roman sources just as Greek. In 2004, the corridor and its encompassing region were perceived as a component of Liverpool's World Heritage Site. The Liverpool Register Office and Coroner's Court have been situated in the corridor since 2012.