Person    | Male  Born 1849  Died 1908

Henry Poston

Categories: Architecture

Henry Poston

Architect. Worked out of Lombard Street. Also built, in 1898, the Pigeons Hotel, Romford Road in Stratford, now converted to residential.

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Henry Poston

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Earl of Essex pub

{Carved low on one of the black piers:} Erected for Joseph Hill Esqre. Corona...

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Earl of Essex pub - under bay

A splendid and unusual memorial.

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Albert Bridge

Albert Bridge

Designed and built by Rowland Mason Ordish, as an Ordish-Lefeuvre system modified cable-stayed bridge. It proved to be structurally unsound, so between 1884 and 1887 Sir Joseph Bazalgette incorpora...

Building, Architecture

3 memorials
Lindsey House

Lindsey House

A grade II listed villa, thought to be the oldest building in Kensington and Chelsea. Previous residents include Marc and Isambard Kingdom Brunel and James McNeill Whistler. It features a garden d...

Building, Architecture

1 memorial
Thomas Neale MP

Thomas Neale MP

Entrepreneur, the organiser of England's first lottery. Known as 'The Great Projector' although the layout of the Seven Dials area is his only surviving London project. Neal Street and Neal's Yard...

Person, Architecture, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Queen's Head Inn, Southwark

Queen's Head Inn, Southwark

Coaching Inn. It's origin is uncertain, but in the 15th century it was owned by the Poynings family and was known as the Crossed Keys or Crowned Keys. It may have been renamed in honour of Queen El...

Building, Architecture, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Montague House

Montague House

Named after the first Duke of Montagu, it was the amalgamation of two late-seventeenth century houses with the addition of Park Corner House. The residence of Caroline of Brunswick, queen consort t...

Building, Architecture

1 memorial