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Architecture of London

19 July 2012

1870 – Church of St. Chad, Haggerston, London

Architect: James Brooks Interior view published in The Building News, September 9th 1870. A cruciform church with aisles. Central bell cote and tall, pyramidal leaded roof. Red brick with stone dressings. Very high...

27 July 2010

1870 – Congregational Church, Stamford Hill, London

Architect: J. Tarring & Son Perspective view including Ground Plan from The Building News, November 4th 1870.

14 October 2009

1870 – Great Hall, Alleyn’s College, Dulwich, London

Architect: Charles Barry From The Builder, April 16, 1870: This handsome apartment forms the central feature of the block of buildings just completed as the new College at Dulwich of which a general...

14 October 2009

1870 – Kenwood Tower, Highgate, London

Architect: Salomons & Jones “Kenwood Tower now being erected for Mr Brooke will have the external walls with Loughborough red bricks and rubbed red brick quoins, all the dressings of the and other...

13 October 2009

1870 – Offices, Throgmorton Street, London

Architect: Howard Chatfield Clarke From The Builder March 19, 1870: The building we illustrate is in the course of execution for Mr Travers Smith and has two fronts one in Throgmorton street the...

25 March 2011

1870 – Presbyterian Church, Camberwell, London

Architect: F.C. Capes Design for a Presbyterian Church in Camberwell.

25 February 2013

1870 – Sacred Heart Church & School, Holloway, London

Architect: F.H. Pownall The foundation stone of the church was laid on 5 August 1869, with the finished building costing £7,000, it was opened on 18 August 1870. The church from the outside,...

13 October 2009

1870 – Scandinavian Church, Rotherhithe, London

Architect: Giles & Biven From The Builder March 12, 1870: So numerous are the Norwegian and Swedish Seamen who come to the port of London that it is proposed to build a church...

16 July 2010

1870 – South London Palace, Southwark, London

Architect: William Paice This was the third music-hall to succeed in London, following the Canterbury and Weston’s (Holborn Empire), was burnt down in 1869, but speedily rebuilt.It was badly damaged by enemy action...