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Canary Wharf J060021
Canary Wharf J060021
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Shackleton over the Strand RAF_228_190E_0048
Shackleton over the Strand RAF_228_190E_0048
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Canary Wharf at night J060022
Canary Wharf at night J060022
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Tower 42 N060939
Tower 42 N060939
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Canary Wharf 21745_04
Canary Wharf 21745_04
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Millennium Bridge and St Pauls at dusk J060064
Millennium Bridge and St Pauls at dusk J060064
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Nottingham EAW050484
Nottingham EAW050484
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St Pauls Cathedral RSL01_01_01
St Pauls Cathedral RSL01_01_01
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Central Library and Town Hall, Birmingham DP180935
Central Library and Town Hall, Birmingham DP180935
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City of London N061025
City of London N061025
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The Old Royal Naval College and Canary Wharf N060982
The Old Royal Naval College and Canary Wharf N060982
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St Pauls Cathedral N020040
St Pauls Cathedral N020040
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St Pauls Cathedral RSL01_01_01 Featured Image

St Pauls Cathedral RSL01_01_01

St Paul'€™s Cathedral from Southwark Bridge, City of London, 1855-€“9. Unknown photographer, possibly Alfred Rosling (1802-€“82), albumen print. This view of St Paul'€™s Cathedral looming beyond the Thames-side wharves is an albumen print from a wet collodion negative, virtually identical to a calotype photograph by Alfred Rosling taken in 1854. It is possible that Rosling tried to recapture the scene later in the decade using the more up to date process. Alfred Rosling was a timber merchant and one of England'€™s earliest amateur photographers. He was a founder member of the Photographic Society and the Photographic Exchange Club. Rosling moved to Reigate, Surrey in 1859, where Francis Frith was his neighbour and later published many of his photographs

© Historic England

Canary Wharf 24453_022
Canary Wharf 24453_022
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Kenwood House parkland N060566
Kenwood House parkland N060566
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Millennium Bridge and St Pauls 24433_021
Millennium Bridge and St Pauls 24433_021
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Blackfriars Bridge J060069
Blackfriars Bridge J060069
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St Pauls Cathedral viewed from Southwark Bridge RSL01_01_01
St Pauls Cathedral viewed from Southwark Bridge RSL01_01_01
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Lloyds Building N130015
Lloyds Building N130015
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Palace of Westminster, London 1909 EGP_22657_85
Palace of Westminster, London 1909 EGP_22657_85
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Canary Wharf 21763_014
Canary Wharf 21763_014
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Canary Wharf N080011
Canary Wharf N080011
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Tower Bridge and the City 24434_016
Tower Bridge and the City 24434_016
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The Bank of England DD97_00538
The Bank of England DD97_00538
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The Royal Exchange CC97_01494
The Royal Exchange CC97_01494
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The Bank of England DD97_00538 Featured Image

The Bank of England DD97_00538

BANK OF ENGLAND, Threadneedle Street, City of London. A corner view of the Bank of England on Threadneedle Street with pedestrians and horse-drawn vehicles in the foreground. The building was constructed by Sir Hans Soane in 1788 in a 3.5 acre site. A late 19th century photograph by York and Son

© Historic England

Business, City, Lamp Post, People, Traffic, Urban, Victorian

The Bank of England CC97_01164
The Bank of England CC97_01164
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River Thames 21760_09
River Thames 21760_09
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River Thames at night J060067
River Thames at night J060067
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Finsbury Circus, London 24449_011
Finsbury Circus, London 24449_011
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Town Hall, Sheffield DP136253
Town Hall, Sheffield DP136253
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East London DP197097
East London DP197097
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Cranes over the YMCA JLP01_08_099331
Cranes over the YMCA JLP01_08_099331
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Edinburgh Castle DIX02_01_164
Edinburgh Castle DIX02_01_164
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East London DP197102
East London DP197102
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Bootham Bar DIX02_01_074
Bootham Bar DIX02_01_074
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Park Row, Nottingham EPW054988
Park Row, Nottingham EPW054988
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Birmingham Central Library DP137657
Birmingham Central Library DP137657
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Cranes over the YMCA JLP01_08_099331 Featured Image

Cranes over the YMCA JLP01_08_099331

Central London YMCA, Great Russell Street, Camden, Greater London. The construction of the eastern three tower blocks of the Central London YMCA, showing cranes atop and alongside the structure, viewed over rooftops from the 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 and basements. 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 podium was built onto the foundation piles before the basements had been excavated. Construction of the towers began earlier than originally planned: excavated material was removed from the basements using conveyors rather than mounting cranes onto the podium frame, on which the towers were to be built. The towers were clad in 2,000 precast concrete panels and had deeply moulded white concrete window panels, both of which were manufactured by John Laing Concrete in Princes Risborough. The towers were built in Phase II and the building was completed in 1977. A cropped version of this photograph was published in the January 1975 edition of Team Spirit, Laing's newsletter

© Historic England Archive

Tower Bridge 27663_007
Tower Bridge 27663_007
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Nat West Tower, Birmingham DP100067
Nat West Tower, Birmingham DP100067
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Sloan Square, London 1909 EGP_22656_74
Sloan Square, London 1909 EGP_22656_74
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Thames Barge Driving Race DP095299
Thames Barge Driving Race DP095299
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Paternoster Square Column N080983
Paternoster Square Column N080983
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Canary Wharf K041136
Canary Wharf K041136
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Canary Wharf N060977
Canary Wharf N060977
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City of London N061024
City of London N061024
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Thames Barrier and Canary Wharf N060983
Thames Barrier and Canary Wharf N060983
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St Pauls Cathedral N060938
St Pauls Cathedral N060938
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Lloyds Building J060050
Lloyds Building J060050
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