"Indescribable" is the epithet used by Prof. Andor Gomme, in "Bristol, an Architectural History" of this tower belonging to the Whiteladies cinema. He then proceeds to describe it in some detail: "...square and plain until an octagon takes over, whose principal faces leak down into the walls of the tower in long inscribed panels between which many little mushroom-shaped holes are pierced". Those creepy faces, half man, half lion, with ribbons under their hairy faces, put the tin hat on it for me. the whole effect can give you quite a funny turn.
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