Person    | Male  Born 7/6/1830  Died 27/1/1880

Edward Middleton Barry

Categories: Architecture

Third son of Sir Charles Barry. Born 27 Foley Place. Work in London: St. Saviour's Church Hampstead, Charing Cross Hotel, new chambers at Inner Temple and at Middle Temple, the colonnade at Borough Market, Great Ormond Street Hospital (1875, demolished 1990). Died at a council meeting at the Royal Academy.

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Edward Middleton Barry

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Charing Cross

Around the monument are 8 standing, crowned statues of Eleanor. This is a rec...

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Lord Norman Foster

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