Architect: Alfred Saxon Snell
A major phase of new building took place in 1897-1901 at the St. Marylebone Workhouse. This comprised two five-storey blocks for aged and infirm males at the north fronting onto Marylebone Road (illustrated) and a new central administrative block at the east on Northumberland Road. The administrative block also contained the main chapel, and included the demolished building’s clock, bells, and foundation stone inscribed ‘ST. MARYLEBONE WORKHOUSE FOR THE POOR BEING LAME IMPOTENT OLD AND BLIND ERECTED IN THE YEAR MDCCLXXV’. Demolished in 1965.