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Chelsea Embankment

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

Chelsea Embankment

Place  From /5/1874 

Categories: Architecture

Designed by Sir Joseph Bazalgette. Apart from providing a pleasant riverside walk, it was built with the dual purpose of providing a flood barrier and as a covering for the main low level sewer for West London. It runs along the north bank of the Thames from Chelsea Bridge to Albert Bridge.

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Chelsea Embankment

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74137

Chelsea Embankment - Albert Bridge

{Inscribed on a stone plaque on the plinth, on the east side:} Chelsea Emban...

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73902

Chelsea Embankment - Old Church

There were at least 3 designs for lamps along the Thames Embankments. This on...

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