Building    From 1786  To 2/3/1791

Albion Mills

Categories: Food & Drink, Industry

Corn mill built by Matthew Boulton, James Watt and John Rennie.  Rennie moved from Scotland to London when invited to work on the construction of these Mills.  Burnt down in 1791 and Spitalfields Life have an image. More information, especially about the fire, at The Print Shop Window.

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Albion Mills

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Rennie Garden

The 3.25 metre panorama to which the text refers can be seen at the Governmen...

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Dairy Supply Company Limited

Dairy Supply Company Limited

Establihsed by George Barham in the late 19th century to sell milk-related things, such as the milk churns which Barham had invented.

Group, Commerce, Food & Drink

3 memorials
Albergo del Pellegrino

Albergo del Pellegrino

This building was used as a hotel, 'The Pilgrim' until about 1930.  It was demolished following WW2 bomb damage.  The photo shows the east side and Byron's window was on the first floor, fourth fro...

Building, Commerce, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink

1 memorial
James Perkins

James Perkins

Chairman of the Smithfield Markets Committee, 1888.

Person, Commerce, Food & Drink, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle

Public House. One of four in the Camden area with 'castle' in its name. The story (which we repeat for the sake of tradition, not because we believe it) goes that towards the end of the nineteenth ...

Building, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Devil Tavern

Devil Tavern

2, Fleet Street. Demolished 1787. Full title was the Devil and St Dunstan, the sign being the Devil's nose being tweaked by pincers wielded by the saint. It appears in a Hogarth illustration. T...

Building, Commerce, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink

1 memorial