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Euston Station, Euston Square, London: the war memorial outside the station

RIBA150438
Moorcroft, R. L.
NOTES: The station was begun in 1962, the passenger hall was built 1968-1969. The war memorial is 1921 by Reginald Wynn Owen. See RIBA150431 for a black and white version of this image.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: monument to Ninon Michaelis by Henry Alfred Pegram

RIBA152259
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style. See RIBA158390 for a colour version of this image,

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: series of monuments and mausolea

RIBA152260
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style. These monuments date from the 1840s to the 1880s.The obelisk tomb is to Joseph Richardson, dated 1855. See RIBA158391 for a colour version of this image.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: tomb of 7th Viscount Strangford, by Edward Physick

RIBA152261
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style. See RIBA158392 for a colour version of this image.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: monument to Feargus O'Connor

RIBA152262
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style. Feargus O' Connor(1704-1855) was an MP and owner of the Northern Star newspaper.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: detail of headstone to Mr. James Blomer who died in 1862

RIBA152263
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: monument to the architect Henry Edward Kendall, designed by him as his family tomb

RIBA152264
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: tomb of Commander Charles Spencer Ricketts by William Burges

RIBA152265
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: monument to Francois Simonau, painter

RIBA152266
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style. See RIBA158393 for a colour version of this image.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: detail of headstone to the Dew family

RIBA152267
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: detail of headstones

RIBA152268
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style.

Kensal Green cemetery, Harrow Road, Kensington, London: family vault of John Collett

RIBA152269
Griffith, John (1796-1888)
NOTES: Opened as the All Souls Cemetery in 1833. Its layout and principle buildings were designed by J. W. Griffith in a Greek Revival style. John Collett was a Whig/Liberal MP, the tomb was erected circa 1846 in memory of his first wife Emma (d. 1845).
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