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Bexleyheath Clock Tower

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Designed by Walter Epps. It was intended to stand 'as a memorial to the enterprise and loyalty of the inhabitants of Bexleyheath'. Our picture shows the tower in 1912.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Bexleyheath Clock Tower

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Bexleyheath Clock Tower Centenary

To mark the centenary of the Bexleyheath coronation memorial clock tower 1912...

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Lewis Vulliamy

Lewis Vulliamy

Architect, also sometimes named as Louis Vulliamy. Born Pall Mall, into a family of clockmakers. Uncle to architect George John Vulliamy. Designed a good number of churches and other buildings, man...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Charles Mèwes

Charles Mèwes

Born in France. Worked in collaboration with Arthur Davis - see there for more information.

Person, Architecture, France

1 memorial
Thomas Phillips Figgis

Thomas Phillips Figgis

Architect. Born in Dublin. He moved to London and established his own practice in 1886. His works include hospitals, schools, and thirteen stations for the City and Southwark Subway (now the Northe...

Person, Architecture, Ireland

1 memorial
Victor Wilkins

Victor Wilkins

Architect.  Peabody's architect from 1910 to 1947.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Wandsworth Prison

Wandsworth Prison

A category B men's prison on Heathfield Road SW18, known as the Surrey House of Correction when it first opened. Oscar Wilde was originally imprisoned here before being moved to Reading Gaol, and s...

Building, Architecture

1 memorial