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  • Albert Memorial 

    Scott, George Gilbert, I (English architect, 1811-1878) (1863)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Kensington Gardens. Albert Memorial (for Prince Albert), restoration view of monument surrounded by scaffolding, 1994-1998. Materials include marble, cast iron, bronze, ...
  • Aroid House No. 1, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 

    Nash, John (English architect and town planner, 1752-1835) (1836)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, Greater London, Richmond upon Thames, Kew Gardens. Aroid House No. 1 (Nash Conservatory), Royal Botanic Gardens. Stone structure just within main gate has Ionic portico and tall ...
  • Banqueting House at Whitehall Palace 

    Jones, Inigo (English architect, designer, and painter, 1573-1652) (1619)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. Banqueting House, exterior view on Whitehall Palace side. Faced and ornamented originally with Oxfordshire, Northamptonshire, and Portland stones.
  • Burlington Arcade 

    Ware, Samuel (English architect, 1781-1860) (1818)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Piccadilly. Burlington Arcade, built on west perimeter of Burlington House for its occupant, Lord George Cavendish. 1994 photograph shows interior view of shops. Structural ...
  • Burlington Arcade 

    Ware, Samuel (English architect, 1781-1860) (1818)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Piccadilly. Burlington Arcade, built on west perimeter of Burlington House for its occupant, Lord George Cavendish. 1994 photograph shows exterior view of entrance to shops ...
  • Burlington House 

    Unknown author (1665)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Piccadilly. Burlington House. Originally a noblemannulls mansion, home of the Royal Academy since ca. 1854. Exterior view of rear (north) face built 1866-1867 to designs ...
  • Bus shelter 

    Unknown author (1994)
    Architecture/Street furniture: United Kingdom, England, London. Bus shelter of cast-iron columns supporting steel-framed plastic arch. Regent Street, view to south toward Oxford Circle. 1994 photograph.
  • A Corner in Westminster Abbey 

    Photogravure Co. N.Y.
    Photoengraving of the interior of Westminster Abbey as seen from a corner of the church.
  • Covent Garden Market 

    Jones, Inigo (English architect, designer, and painter, 1573-1652); Fowler, Charles (British architect, 1792-1867) (1656)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Covent Garden. Covent Garden Market. Fruit and vegetable market began 1656 on site of 13th century Benedictine monksnull garden. A residential square ("piazza") with St. ...
  • "Dog Waste Only" 

    Unknown author (1994)
    Architecture/Street furniture: United Kingdom, England, London. Dog waste disposal container ("Dog waste only/Royal Parks") in Hyde Park. 1994 photograph.
  • Holly Bush Steps 

    Unknown author (1643)
    Architecture/Architectural elements: United Kingdom, England, London, Hampstead. Flight of steps from Heath Street leading to Holly Bush, an old public house built in 1643.
  • Kingnulls Cross Station 

    Cubitt, Lewis (English architect, 1799-1883) (1851)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. King’s Cross Railroad Station. Interior detail of shed roof, 1995 photograph. Twin wooden-arched train sheds; wood replaced by steel c. 1869. Built by Great Northern Railway.
  • Kingnulls Cross Station 

    Cubitt, Lewis (English architect, 1799-1883) (1851)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. King’s Cross Railroad Station. Exterior general view showing brick façade, twin train sheds, and central Italianate clock tower, 1995 photograph. Wooden roof ribs of sheds ...
  • Kingnulls Cross Station 

    Cubitt, Lewis (English architect, 1799-1883) (1851)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. King’s Cross Railroad Station, two-sided station plan of “Italian villa” design. Exterior detail view of cab drive, 1995 photograph. Built by Great Northern Railway.
  • Kingnulls Cross Station 

    Cubitt, Lewis (English architect, 1799-1883) (1851)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. King’s Cross Railroad Station. Interior view down length of shed, 1995 photograph. Twin wooden-arched train sheds; wood replaced by steel c. 1869. Built by Great Northern ...
  • Leadenhall Market 

    Jones, Horace (English architect, 1819-1887) (1881)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. Leadenhall Market on site of Roman Londinium basilica (2nd century). Named for Sir John Nevillenulls 14th century lead-roofed mansion house on the grounds of which food was ...
  • Letter-box 

    Unknown author (1995)
    Architecture/Street furniture: United Kingdom, England, London. Letter-box ("First Class and Abroad" and "Second Class") on Essex Road in Islington. Ca. 1995 photograph.
  • Liverpool Street Station 

    Wilson, Edward (British architect and engineer, act. 1874) (1874)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. Liverpool Street Railroad Station. Interior view of platform and shed, 1995 photograph. Train-shed span supported by paired cast-iron columns. Built by Great Eastern ...
  • Liverpool Street Station 

    Wilson, Edward (British architect and engineer, act. 1874) (1874)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. Liverpool Street Train Station. Interior view of shed roof, 1995 photograph. Train-shed span supported by paired cast-iron columns. Built by Great Eastern Railway; renovated ...
  • Liverpool Street Station 

    Wilson, Edward (British architect and engineer, act. 1874) (1874)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. Liverpool Street Railroad Station. Interior view, 1995 photograph. Train-shed span supported by paired cast-iron columns. Built by Great Eastern Railway; renovated 1980s ...