HistoryLondon: Tallow Chandlers’ Hall, Dowgate Hill. The coat arms of the Talliow Chandlers Company.
HistoryLondon: At the end of Pall Mall, by Clarence House...
HistoryLondon: The Victorian Bath House (former Turkish baths, 1895), Bishopsgate
HistoryLondon: Cherub head, St Paul’s Cathedral
HistoryLondon: Pineapple rescued from the ruins of Wren’s Christchurch Greyfriars, Newgate Street, City of London
HistoryLondon: St Andrew Undershaft: doorway detail
HistoryLondon: Spencer House, 27 St James’s Place, London
HistoryLondon: Jack Straw’s Castle, Hampstead
HistoryLondon: All Hallows-by-the-Tower
HistoryLondon: Warwick Castle: fireplace, Great Hall.
HistoryLondon: St Anne & St Agnes, and the gateway to the churchyard of St John Zachary. Gresham Street, City of London.
HistoryLondon: The top of The Monument to the Great Fire Of London
HistoryLondon: St Edmund’s, Southwold
HistoryLondon: Warwick Castle. Armour in Great Hall.
HistoryLondon: Statue of Thomas Becket (1970) by Edward Bainbridge Copnall in St Paul’s Cathedral churchyard, London
HistoryLondon: St Edmund’s, Southwold, Suffolk
HistoryLondon: The former Middlesex Sessions House (built c1780) on Clerkenwell Green
HistoryLondon: St Edmund’s, Southwold, Suffolk
HistoryLondon: A south-westerly at the Tower of London
HistoryLondon: Three horses (‘Sterling, Dollar, Yen’). Bronze sculpture by Althea Wynne, Minster Court London EC3
HistoryLondon: Ethelbert Gateway, Norwich Cathedral (detail).
HistoryLondon: The Barge Master and Swan Marker of the Vintners’ Company, Little Trinity Lane, London EC4.
HistoryLondon: St Margaret Pattens and the ‘Walkie-Talkie’
HistoryLondon: St James Piccadilly, organ case by Grinling Gibbons c.1684
HistoryLondon: St James’s Palace, gateway (1531-1536), Pall Mall.
HistoryLondon: Ceiling boss, St James Piccadilly
HistoryLondon: St Botolph Aldgate, London: monument to Robert Dow (c1523-1622), master of the Merchant Taylors’ Company
HistoryLondon: St James Piccadilly, London by Sir Christopher Wren. West end of nave featuring the organ loft by Grinling Gibbons.
HistoryLondon: The marble font (1684) of St James Piccadilly, believed to be by Grinling Gibbons. William Blake was baptised here, 1757.
HistoryLondon: 28 St James’s Place, SW1. ‘William Huskisson, Statesman’. It would attract wider notice if the plaque added ‘reported to be the world’s first recorded railway fatality, run over and killed by Stephenson’s “Rocket”’