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John Evans

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John Evans

Built the first planned Admiralty Office in 1695. Became Navy Board Purveyor.

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John Evans

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Old Admiralty Building

In the mid 16th century this site was the timber yard for the nearby Whitehal...

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Messrs Clarkson

Messrs Clarkson

Architects, active c.1886-1928. Tower Hamlets Idea Catalogue provides the following:  "The brothers John {Flint Clarkson, we believe} (1838-1918) and Samuel Flint Clarkson (c 1839-1915) were born ...

Group, Architecture, Scotland

1 memorial
Christopher Inn

Christopher Inn

Former Inn. Probably named after the patron saint of travellers. It appears on a plan of 1542 in the location which until the beginning of the 19th century, was known as Christopher Alley, and was ...

Building, Architecture, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Francis Golding

Francis Golding

Architectural expert:  honorary fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), head of the Royal Fine Art Commission during the late 1990s and had worked on major projects such as the ...

Person, Architecture, Cyclist, Tragedy

1 memorial
Stanley Arthur Heaps

Stanley Arthur Heaps

Architect. He designed a number of stations on the London Underground system, including the stations on the Edgware extension of the Northern Line, as well as train depots and bus and trolleybus ga...

Person, Architecture, Transport

4 memorials
Grapes Tavern

Grapes Tavern

First mentioned in 1842. It occupies the site of the former Christopher Inn. On its northern side it still retains the red brick fronts of several 18th century houses. It has since returned to its ...

Building, Architecture, Food & Drink

1 memorial