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Jigsaw Puzzle of Great George Street, Westminster OWS01_10_160

Great George Street, Westminster OWS01_10_160

Great George Street, Westminster OWS01_10_160
Construction of the New Government Offices, Great George Street, Westminster, London, 24 September 1902.s B Bolas & Co, silver gelatin DOP (developing out paper) print. Work stops for a few moments during the building of New Government Offices, later HM Treasury. These buildings, designed by J M Brydon and Sir Henry Tanner of the Office of Works, were constructed in two phases, and were not completed until 1915.

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Jigsaw Puzzle of Great George Street, Westminster OWS01_10_160

Construction of the New Government Offices, Great George Street, Westminster, London, 24 September 1902.s B Bolas & Co, silver gelatin DOP (developing out paper) print. Work stops for a few moments during the building of New Government Offices, later HM Treasury. These buildings, designed by J M Brydon and Sir Henry Tanner of the Office of Works, were constructed in two phases, and were not completed until 1915. In the background is the previous generation of government offices by Sir George Gilbert Scott and Matthew Digby Wyatt built between 1861 and 1873. The architectural photography firms B Bolas & Co took this photograph, and secured several other government contracts to record new buildings and temporary structures
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Archive , Construction , Edwardian , People , Picturing England

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