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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St Mary le Bow

St Mary le Bow

There is archaeological evidence that a church has existed on the site in Cheapside, London, since Saxon times, and the current building was designed by Sir Christopher Wren. Its famous bells featu...

Building, Architecture, Religion

1 memorial
Frank Saunders & Partners

Frank Saunders & Partners

Architects based in SW1, active in 1969.

Group, Architecture

1 memorial
Edwin Clare

Edwin Clare

Architect active in 1871. Probably the same Edwin Clare who worked on St. Silas' Penton Street and St Andrew's Croydon, both while based at 104 Guildford Street, and St Saviour's Forest Gate.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Bexleyheath Clock Tower

Bexleyheath Clock Tower

Designed by Walter Epps. It was intended to stand 'as a memorial to the enterprise and loyalty of the inhabitants of Bexleyheath'. Our picture shows the tower in 1912.

Building, Architecture

1 memorial
Cecil Edward Worlledge Duncan-Jones

Cecil Edward Worlledge Duncan-Jones

2016: Via Facebook Mary Kemp has told us: Cecil Duncan Jones spent the war in Ruhleben Civilian Prisoner of War Camp. He was released and sent to Holland in October 1918. Sadly he died on the 10th ...

Person, Architecture, Theatre

War dead non-military, WW1
2 memorials