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Choose from 24 pictures in our Design collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Stained glass design DP249210
Stained glass design DP249210
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Art deco motif DP234588
Art deco motif DP234588
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Corridor JLP01_10_26697
Corridor JLP01_10_26697
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Hospital reception JLP01_08_069266
Hospital reception JLP01_08_069266
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Advertising poster JLP01_10_50519a
Advertising poster JLP01_10_50519a
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Falling leaves JLP01_10_56832
Falling leaves JLP01_10_56832
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Suspended escalators JLP01_10_57121
Suspended escalators JLP01_10_57121
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Suspended escalators JLP01_10_57115
Suspended escalators JLP01_10_57115
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Suspended escalators JLP01_10_57030
Suspended escalators JLP01_10_57030
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Winged cross JLP01_08_062421
Winged cross JLP01_08_062421
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Clifton Cathedral JLP01_11_01167_12
Clifton Cathedral JLP01_11_01167_12
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Clifton Cathedral JLP01_10_01163_10
Clifton Cathedral JLP01_10_01163_10
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Suspended escalators JLP01_10_57121 Featured Image

Suspended escalators JLP01_10_57121

3 Minster Court, Mincing Lane, City of London. Looking up through the central atrium of 3 Minster Court, showing the system of escalators suspended from the roof.
In October 1990, Laing's London division were awarded the contract for the fitting out of the new London Underwriting Centre at No.3 Minster Court. Key parts of the contract included altering steelwork to enable 16 escalators to be suspended in the atrium, creating dining and kitchen areas on the mezzanine level and the installation of raised floors and suspended ceilings. In August 1991, the team faced a huge setback as the site was severely damaged by fire. The flames swept through the central atrium and burst through the roof. A new Laing team was formed to restore the building after the disaster, and work was finally completed in late 1993

© Historic England Archive

Clifton Cathedral JLP01_10_01163_03
Clifton Cathedral JLP01_10_01163_03
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Clifton Cathedral JLP01_08_095351
Clifton Cathedral JLP01_08_095351
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Clifton Cathedral JLP01_08_095349
Clifton Cathedral JLP01_08_095349
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Clifton Cathedral JLP01_08_095347
Clifton Cathedral JLP01_08_095347
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Clifton Cathedral JLP01_08_095348
Clifton Cathedral JLP01_08_095348
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Factory units DP235399
Factory units DP235399
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Plasterwork DP232934
Plasterwork DP232934
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Theatre ceiling DP232573
Theatre ceiling DP232573
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Barbican Centre JLP01_09_0820697
Barbican Centre JLP01_09_0820697
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Mosaic detail DP220994
Mosaic detail DP220994
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Crossness Pumping Station DP183400
Crossness Pumping Station DP183400
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The Shed DP183933
The Shed DP183933
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Clifton Cathedral JLP01_08_095347 Featured Image

Clifton Cathedral JLP01_08_095347

Clifton Cathedral, Clifton Park, Clifton, City of Bristol. Two nuns looking up at a panel created in Faircrete by sculptor William Mitchell in Clifton Cathedral, depicting one of the Stations of the Cross.
This Roman Catholic Cathedral was designed by Ronald Weeks, E S Jennett and Antoni Poremba of the Percy Thomas Partnership. It was built by John Laing & Son Limited between 1969-1973 and was constructed using pre-cast concrete panels and in-situ concrete. In 1974 it received the Concrete Award from the Concrete Society. The English sculptor William Mitchell (born 1925) was commissioned to create 14 panels showing the Stations of the Cross, depicting Jesus on the day of his crucifixion. These panels were created in Faircrete, a fibrous concrete which could be moulded like potters clay

© Historic England Archive. John Laing Photographic Collection