Architect in 1833.
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Originally erected near Waithman's shop in Fleet Street at its junction with ...
Architect. Born Alfred William Stephens Cross. From 1889 to 1899 he was in a partnership with Henry Spalding. He specialised in designs for public baths.
Secretary to the Executive Committee for the Great Exhibition 1851.Architect and writer on art. Born near Devizes, Wiltshire. Died Dimlands Castle, Glamorgan.
Person, Architecture, Politics & Administration
Architect and artist. Born Lambeth. Founding member of RIBA. Travelled extensively and illustrated topographical publications. Waymarking has the text of a 1997 paper by Leslie du Cane which sa...
Person, Architecture, Art
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