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St John's Street, Cambridge: view looking west showing the Old Divinity School and the Great Gate, St John's College

NOTES: The Great Gate dates from 1490-1535 and the former Divinity School is 14th century.

Trinity Street, Cambridge: looking north towards Trinity College Chapel and St John's College, with the tower of St John's College chapel behind

NOTES: The Great Gate was built from 1490-1535 and Trinity College chapel from 1555-1556.

Gatehouse Building, Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge, seen from Latham Lawn

Wheeler, Montague (1874-1937)
NOTES: The Gatehouse Building is 1927 by Montague Wheeler and incorporates two late 14th century gateways.

St Andrew, Isleham, Cambridgeshire: the lych gate and west tower seen from Church Street

Street, George Edmund (1824-1881)
NOTES: The oldest parts of the church date from 1331. The majority of the interior of the church dates from the 15th century when the roofs of the nave and aisles were built. The west tower was rebuilt in 1863 by George E. Street after the original tower collapsed.

Brandenburg Gate and the Quadriga, Berlin: the Quadriga

Langhans, Carl Gotthard (1732-1808)
NOTES: The gate was designed by Carl Gotthard Langans in 1799-1791.The sculpture of the Quadriga with Viktoria above the gate was made by Johann Gottfried Schadow and added in 1793.

Recreation Centre, Kowloon Park, Hong Kong: one of the gateways to the park from the new boulevard

Derek Walker Associates
NOTES: See RIBA157565 for a colour version of this image.

Melsetter House, Hoy, Orkney: the entrance gate to the entrance court with rear of the tea room

Lethaby, William Richard (1857-1931)
NOTES: See RIBA156041 for a colour version of this image.

Fortaleza de San Carlos de la Cabana, Havana: the main entrance gateway

de Medina, Pedro (1738-1796)
NOTES: Begun 1763 and completed 1774. It replaced earlier and less extensive fortifications and was considered the second largest colonial military installation in the New World. The gateway has been attributed to the Spanish engineer from Cadiz. See RIBA155419 for a colour version of this image.

Halaxton Manor, Lincolnshire: the entrance gateway to the forecourt

Salvin, Anthony (1799-1881)
NOTES: Harlaxton was begun in 1832 by Salvin and was substantially complete by 1844. But the owner (Gregory Gregory) commissioned William Burn to work on the interior and embellish the exterior, which continued up to Gregory's death in 1854. See RIBA159088 for a colour version of this image.