agricultural hall defined in 1939 yearagricultural hall - Agricultural Hall;
agricultural hall - Building in Islington, London, between Upper Street and Liverpool Road. It was built in 1861-2, at a cost of Â£53,000, by members of the Smithfield Club. It covers nearly three acres of ground, and the main hall measures 384 ft. by 217 ft.; it has an arched glazed roof of 130 ft. span, and galleries 30 ft. wide. There is a minor hall, 100 ft. sq. The first cattle show was held here in Dec., 1862, and the hall was long used for the Naval and Military Toiirnament. During the Second Great War the hall was taken over by the Ministry of Supply, and suffered slight superficial damage from anti-aircraft fire.
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