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Canal feeding the cascade, Chatsworth House, Derbyshire

RIBA77731
Paxton, Sir Joseph (1803-1865)

Pages from Moderne Architektur by Otto Wagner illusrating the canalside and the Kirche am Steinhof, Vienna

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Wagner, Otto (1841-1918)
SOURCE: Otto Wagner. Moderne Architektur (Vienna, 1914), p. 42-43

Marylebone Park and the Regents Canal from the Broadwater at Paddington to the Highgate Road, London: plan

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NOTES: In 1812 Marylebone Park was renamed Regent's Park and was developed to plans by John Nash.

View of the Liverpool and Manchester Railroad at the point where it crosses the Bridgewater Canal

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NOTES: The Liverpool and Manchester Railroad had opened on 15 September 1830.

View of the bridge across the canal and the bath house in the pleasure grounds of Stone House, near East Grinstead, West Sussex

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NOTES: This is one in a set of lithographed views in 'A Series of views in the county of Sussex' (London: C. T. Cracklow, 1820s).

Youth Hostel, Holland House, Holland Park, Kensington, London: view from the access bridge towards the canal, with the facade of old Holland House to the right

RIBA86203
Casson, Sir Hugh Maxwell (1910-1999)
NOTES: The house was designed for Sir Walter Cope in the early 17th century and was completed and added to by his son-in-law, Henry Rich, Earl of Holland. It was badly damaged in World War II and was largely demolished, leaving a shell and the surviving east wing. This was rebuilt as a youth hostel to the designs of Casson and Conder in 1957-1959.

Youth Hostel, Holland House, Holland Park, Kensington, London: the three-storey dormitory block seen from the canal

RIBA86213
Casson, Sir Hugh Maxwell (1910-1999)
NOTES: The house was designed for Sir Walter Cope in the early 17th century and was completed and added to by his son-in-law, Henry Rich, Earl of Holland. It was badly damaged in World War II and was largely demolished, leaving a shell and the surviving east wing. This was rebuilt as a youth hostel to the designs of Casson and Conder in 1957-1959.

Youth Hostel, Holland House, Holland Park, Kensington, London: the three-storey dormitory block with the dining block and two-storey dormitories to the left

RIBA86217
Casson, Sir Hugh Maxwell (1910-1999)
NOTES: The house was designed for Sir Walter Cope in the early 17th century and was completed and added to by his son-in-law, Henry Rich, Earl of Holland. It was badly damaged in World War II and was largely demolished, leaving a shell and the surviving east wing. This was rebuilt as a youth hostel to the designs of Casson and Conder in 1957-1959.

Spencer Steelworks, Llanwern, near Newport, Monmouthshire: the Monks' Ditch with the cooling towers in the background

RIBA87208
Gollins Melvin Ward & Partners
NOTES: These steelworks were the biggest industrial development to be undertaken in one operation, occupying a site three and a half miles long.

Spencer Steelworks, Llanwern, near Newport, Monmouthshire: the Monks' Ditch with a solitary swan

RIBA87209
Gollins Melvin Ward & Partners
NOTES: These steelworks were the biggest industrial development to be undertaken in one operation, occupying a site three and a half miles long.
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