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Lupton's Range, Eton College, Berkshire: close-up of the gatehouse tower from School Yard

NOTES: Roger Lupton was provost of Eton College from 1503 to 1535, during which time he commissioned the new range. Built in 1517-1520, it comprised the provost's lodge, the Election Hall, and the embattled tower of the gatehouse.

Sheerness Naval Dockyard, Kent: the Quadrangle and warehouses from the dockside

Holl, Edward (d. 1824)
NOTES: John Rennie was the engineer who surveyed and designed the new Dockyard for Sheerness, which was completed by his son after his death. Edward Holl, civil architect to Admiralty, and his successor George Ledwell Taylor, are thought to be responsible for the designs of the main brick buildings.

Grantham Town Hall, Lincolnshire: view of the clocktower with the statue of Isaac Newton in the foreground

Theed, William, the Younger (1804-1891)
NOTES: The statue of Isaac Newton, erected in 1858, was sculpted by William Theed the Younger.

Leeds Town Hall

Brodrick, Cuthbert (1822-1905)

Royal Liver Building, Pier Head, Liverpool

Thomas, Walter Aubrey (1859-1934)
NOTES: The Royal Liver Building was designed in Edwardian Baroque style as the headquarters of the Royal Liver Assurance group and built in 1908-1911. It was the first reinforced concrete building to be built in the UK.

Houses of Parliament, Palace of Westminster, London: Big Ben clock tower and Portcullis House, seen from Parliament Square

Barry, Sir Charles (1795-1860)
NOTES: The Big Ben clock tower was completed by Sir Charles Barry in 1858 based on designs by A. W. N. Pugin. Michael Hopkins & Partners were repsonsible for the design of Portcullis House, which incorporates Westminster underground station, completed in 2001.

Civic Centre, Southampton

Webber, Ernest Berry (1896-1963)
NOTES: The Civic Centre, Southampton (1929-1939) is a complex of buildings comprising, municipal offices, law courts, guildhall and an art gallery, all by the architect Berry Webber.