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Inner Temple Hall CXP01_01_154
Inner Temple Hall CXP01_01_154
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Park Row CXP01_01_129
Park Row CXP01_01_129
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Cumberland Market CXP01_01_135
Cumberland Market CXP01_01_135
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Cumberland Market CXP01_01_128
Cumberland Market CXP01_01_128
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St Pauls CXP01_01_087
St Pauls CXP01_01_087
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St Pauls CXP01_01_086
St Pauls CXP01_01_086
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St Pauls CXP01_01_085
St Pauls CXP01_01_085
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St Pauls CXP01_01_084
St Pauls CXP01_01_084
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St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_083
St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_083
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St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_082
St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_082
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St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_081
St Mary-le-Bow CXP01_01_081
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St Giles Cripplegate CXP01_01_080
St Giles Cripplegate CXP01_01_080
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Cumberland Market CXP01_01_128 Featured Print

Cumberland Market CXP01_01_128

CUMBERLAND MARKET, REGENTS PARK, CAMDEN, GREATER LONDON. A view looking south-east across Cumberland Market towards a terrace of houses on the east side of the square, south of Edward Street, and showing the King's Head pub on the south side of the square.
Cumberland Market was a hay and straw market from the early 19th century to the late 1920s. By the early 1930s buildings in the area were demolished to make way for council housing and yet more of the area was destroyed by bombing in the Second World War. The remaining buildings were demolished in 1950-51 and the Regent's Park Estate was built on the site

© Historic England Archive

St Mary Aldermanbury CXP01_01_090
St Mary Aldermanbury CXP01_01_090
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Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_076
Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_076
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Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_075
Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_075
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Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_091
Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_091
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Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_079
Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_079
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Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_077
Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_077
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Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_078
Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_078
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Collingwood Street, Blackfriars CXP01_01_058
Collingwood Street, Blackfriars CXP01_01_058
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Grays Inn CXP01_01_056
Grays Inn CXP01_01_056
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Lamb Building, Temple CXP01_01_044
Lamb Building, Temple CXP01_01_044
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Hammersmith CXP01_01_048
Hammersmith CXP01_01_048
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Whitehall Gardens 1930s CXP01_01_043
Whitehall Gardens 1930s CXP01_01_043
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Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_076 Featured Print

Demolition at Whitehall Gardens CXP01_01_076

PEMBROKE HOUSE, WHITEHALL GARDENS, WHITEHALL, CITY OF WESTMINSTER, GREATER LONDON. A view of the remains of Pembroke House at 7 Whitehall Gardens seen during demolition.
The Georgian town houses in Whitehall Gardens were demolished in 1938 to make way for the Board of Trade and Air Ministry Building, later the Ministry of Defence. However, due to the Second World War the construction of the new building was only started after the war. In the photograph, a sign on the entrance lodge to number 7 states that the Ministry of Transport has removed to Metropole Buildings, Northumberland Avenue WC2

© Historic England Archive

Cumberland Market CXP01_01_071
Cumberland Market CXP01_01_071
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Lamb Building, Temple CXP01_01_067
Lamb Building, Temple CXP01_01_067
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1930s Portsmouth CXP01_01_039
1930s Portsmouth CXP01_01_039
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George Hotel Portsmouth CXP01_01_052
George Hotel Portsmouth CXP01_01_052
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Overmantle to Jezebel Fireplace AA42_02134
Overmantle to Jezebel Fireplace AA42_02134
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The Rookery Sutton Coldfield, 1942 AA42_03385
The Rookery Sutton Coldfield, 1942 AA42_03385
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Bilston Street, Wolverhampton AA42_03227
Bilston Street, Wolverhampton AA42_03227
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St Andrews Worcester, 1942 AA42_03478
St Andrews Worcester, 1942 AA42_03478
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St Clements Church AA42_00038
St Clements Church AA42_00038
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Moundsley Hall AA42_01049
Moundsley Hall AA42_01049
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Before Aldwych HSI01_01_001
Before Aldwych HSI01_01_001
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Manchester Cathedral, 1942 AA42_01741
Manchester Cathedral, 1942 AA42_01741
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The Rookery Sutton Coldfield, 1942 AA42_03385 Featured Print

The Rookery Sutton Coldfield, 1942 AA42_03385

The Rookery, Lichfield Road, Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham. The derelict east front of The Rookery.
Once described as "The greatest ornament and addition to the town of Sutton" (Agricola 1762), The Rookery was constructed in circa 1700 by William Jesson, of Langley Hall. The house was home to members of the Jesson family until the 1780s when Elizabeth Jesson let the house to tenants. In 1811 a girls school was established in the Rookery and around this time the artist, David Cox, painted a watercolour of the house, now in collection of the Tate Gallery. In 1871 it was purchased by William Henry Tonks, a successful Birmingham brass founder. The Rookery remained in the Tonks family until 1934 when it was sold to Sutton Borough Council. In 1957 it was demolished. The site is now occupied by the police station

© Historic England Archive

Salford Town Hall AA42_02127
Salford Town Hall AA42_02127
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Peel Hall Manchester AA42_01959
Peel Hall Manchester AA42_01959
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Charlotte Street Manchester AA42_01938
Charlotte Street Manchester AA42_01938
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Cross Street Manchester, 1940 AA42_01936
Cross Street Manchester, 1940 AA42_01936
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Knobb Hall, Manchester AA42_01759
Knobb Hall, Manchester AA42_01759
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Knobb Hall, Manchester AA42_01758
Knobb Hall, Manchester AA42_01758
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