Person    | Male  Born 4/1/1733  Died 5/5/1811

Robert Mylne

Categories: Architecture, Engineering

Countries: Scotland

Architect. Born Edinburgh. Returned from a Grand Tour to London in 1759. Won the competition to build Blackfriars Bridge, including the approach roads from the north and the south, each with a square at their bridge ends, and St George's Circus with its obelisk. Surveyor to the New River Company and to St Paul's Cathedral.

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Robert Mylne

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St George's Circus - obelisk

Diamond Geezer has a very good post on this piece of street furniture but, su...

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Royal Garrison Church of St George

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