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Charles H. Driver

Charles H. Driver

Person  Male  Born 23/3/1832  Died 27/10/1900

Categories: Architecture

Architect, known for his pioneering use of ornamental iron work. His work in London includes: The Crystal Palace/Great Exhibition, Thames Embankment, Abbey Mills Pumping House, a number of railway stations. Worked with Bazalgette on the sewerage system.

2016: A room at Peckham Rye, one of his stations, is being brought back into public use.

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Slade fountain

On a nearby information board: Slade Fountain – This drinking fountain was in...

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