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Temple Newsam 28823_053
Temple Newsam 28823_053
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Library of Birmingham DP180933
Library of Birmingham DP180933
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Library of Birmingham DP180932
Library of Birmingham DP180932
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Southill Park 29690_021
Southill Park 29690_021
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Youngsbury 29682_027
Youngsbury 29682_027
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Eaton Hall CC80_00432
Eaton Hall CC80_00432
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The Round House CC79_00317
The Round House CC79_00317
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Wilton House 29643_036
Wilton House 29643_036
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Highcliffe Castle 29642_006
Highcliffe Castle 29642_006
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Broadlands House 29640_034
Broadlands House 29640_034
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Broadlands House 29640_015
Broadlands House 29640_015
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Wilton House 29643_046
Wilton House 29643_046
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Eaton Hall CC80_00432 Featured Image

Eaton Hall CC80_00432

Eaton Hall, Cheshire. The Dragon Fountain in the Italian Garden, with the south elevation of the house behind. Eaton Hall was built between 1870 and 1882. It was demolished in the 1960s, and a replacement house was constructed on the site. Photographed in August 1933 for the London Midland and Scottish Railway

Cowdray Park 29846_031
Cowdray Park 29846_031
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Victoria Park Estate JLP01_08_078248
Victoria Park Estate JLP01_08_078248
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Victoria Park Estate JLP01_08_078264a
Victoria Park Estate JLP01_08_078264a
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Vauxhall Cross JLP01_10_54981
Vauxhall Cross JLP01_10_54981
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Staircase JLP01_08_071114
Staircase JLP01_08_071114
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Restell Close JLP01_08_074885
Restell Close JLP01_08_074885
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Pooles Park JLP01_08_084205
Pooles Park JLP01_08_084205
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Angles JLP01_09_860834
Angles JLP01_09_860834
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Angles JLP01_10_22753
Angles JLP01_10_22753
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Students Union JLP01_08_075000
Students Union JLP01_08_075000
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Students Union JLP01_08_075001a
Students Union JLP01_08_075001a
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Climbing frame JLP01_08_089089
Climbing frame JLP01_08_089089
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Victoria Park Estate JLP01_08_078248 Featured Image

Victoria Park Estate JLP01_08_078248

Victoria Park Estate, Macclesfield, Cheshire East. Three girls standing beside a stone wall, looking towards flats in the distance at the Victoria Park development, built using the 12M Jespersen system.
In 1963, John Laing and Son Ltd bought the rights to the Danish industrialised building system for flats known as Jespersen (sometimes referred to as Jesperson). The company built factories in Scotland, Hampshire and Lancashire producing Jespersen prefabricated parts and precast concrete panels, allowing the building of housing to be rationalised, saving time and money. The Victoria Park development in Macclesfield, lying between the park and the centre of town, was built by Laing in two phases using the 12M Jespersen system. Providing around 500 flats, the design consisted of thirteen interlinked blocks forming a series of courts with landscaped gardens. The first phase was completed in 1968 with the second phase started in the same year. This photograph was published in June 1968 in Laing's monthly newsletter Team Spirit

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Central London YMCA JLP01_10_03687
Central London YMCA JLP01_10_03687
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Central London YMCA JLP01_08_761537
Central London YMCA JLP01_08_761537
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Examining a model JLP01_08_066009
Examining a model JLP01_08_066009
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3 Minster Court JLP01_10_571
3 Minster Court JLP01_10_571
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Furniture delivery JLP01_08_087678
Furniture delivery JLP01_08_087678
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Urban living JLP01_08_087671
Urban living JLP01_08_087671
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Aylesbury Estate Walworth JLP01_08_084729
Aylesbury Estate Walworth JLP01_08_084729
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Barbican Centre JLP01_09_820695
Barbican Centre JLP01_09_820695
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High rise DP077062
High rise DP077062
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High rise DP077059
High rise DP077059
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Micklegate Bar BB057006
Micklegate Bar BB057006
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Bootham Bar BB057003
Bootham Bar BB057003
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Central London YMCA JLP01_08_761537 Featured Image

Central London YMCA JLP01_08_761537

Central London YMCA, Great Russell Street, Camden, Greater London. The structurally-complete tower blocks of the Central London YMCA, with scaffolding erected around the two-storey podium below, viewed from the south-east.
It was announced in February 1971 that Laing had started work on a new building at Central London YMCA, to replace an existing building which had opened in the 1910s. The project comprised four residential towers between 6 and 12 storeys high, above a podium. The towers would accommodate 1,200 residents in over 700 single and double bedrooms; staff would be accommodated in penthouse suits on the top of the three lower towers. The towers were built on a two-storey podium containing restaurants, offices, a public library, and shops. Beneath the buildings were basements 16 metres below street level, for car parks, a swimming pool, a gymnasium, a sports hall, and a conference centre. The basements and podium, which were built using reinforced concrete and structural steel, comprised Phase I of the project. The towers were built in Phase II. They were clad in 2,000 precast concrete panels and used deeply moulded white concrete window panels, both manufactured by John Laing Concrete in Princes Risborough. The building was completed in 1977, though it was partially occupied by October 1976

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Dovercourt Lighthouse DP248874
Dovercourt Lighthouse DP248874
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Dovercourt Lighthouse DP248871
Dovercourt Lighthouse DP248871
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Dovercourt Lighthouse DP248865
Dovercourt Lighthouse DP248865
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Dovercourt Lighthouse DP248862
Dovercourt Lighthouse DP248862
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Adams Building DP046422
Adams Building DP046422
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Horizon Factory DP158109
Horizon Factory DP158109
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Milton Keynes Central Railway Station DP235365
Milton Keynes Central Railway Station DP235365
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Derwent Tower AA038508
Derwent Tower AA038508
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Debtors Prison, York Castle IC121_004
Debtors Prison, York Castle IC121_004
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Female Prison, York Castle IC121_003
Female Prison, York Castle IC121_003
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Darlington Mechanics Institute AA027041
Darlington Mechanics Institute AA027041
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Cowper Terrace DP195620
Cowper Terrace DP195620
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