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Festival Pleasure Gardens under construction, Festival of Britain, Battersea Park, London: perspective view of the site looking towards Battersea Park Station with Battersea Power Station in the distance

RIBA31564
Gardner, James (1907-1995)
NOTES: The Festival Pleasure Gardens were designed as a recreation and entertainment space for the 1951 Festival of Britain, with much of the planting designed by James Gardner. The site featured a new water garden and fountains with popular attractions including a 'Tree-Walk', the Guinness Festival Clock and a pleasure railway known as the Far Tottering and Oyster Creek Branch Railway.

Designs for Battersea Power Station, London: elevation and perspective of a chimney tower

RIBA35782
Scott, Halliday & Agate
NOTES: The first phase was completed in 1933. The second two chimneystacks were added between 1944 and 1955.

Designs for Battersea Power Station, London: south elevation with a small plan showing the boiler house, turbine house, switch house and chimney towers

RIBA35783
Scott, Halliday & Agate
NOTES: The first phase was completed in 1933. The second two chimneystacks were added between 1944 and 1955.

Designs for Battersea Power Station, London: north elevation

RIBA35784
Scott, Halliday & Agate
NOTES: The first phase was completed in 1933. The second two chimneystacks were added between 1944 and 1955.

Designs for Battersea Power Station, London: west elevation

RIBA35785
Scott, Halliday & Agate
NOTES: The first phase was completed in 1933. The second two chimneystacks were added between 1944 and 1955.

Designs for Battersea Power Station, London: perspective view

RIBA35786
Scott, Halliday & Agate
NOTES: The first phase was completed in 1933. The second two chimneystacks were added between 1944 and 1955.

Designs for Battersea Power Station, London: elevation, perspective and details of a chimney tower

RIBA35787
Scott, Halliday & Agate
NOTES: The first phase was completed in 1933. The second two chimneystacks were added between 1944 and 1955.

Designs for Battersea Power Station, London: elevation of a chimney tower on the north side

RIBA35788
Scott, Halliday & Agate
NOTES: The first phase was completed in 1933. The second two chimneystacks were added between 1944 and 1955.

Designs for Battersea Power Station, London: elevation of a chimney tower on the west side

RIBA35789
Scott, Halliday & Agate
NOTES: The first phase was completed in 1933. The second two chimneystacks were added between 1944 and 1955.

Designs for Battersea Power Station, London: elevation of the north boiler house front with a plan of the boiler house gallery

RIBA35790
Scott, Halliday & Agate
NOTES: The first phase was completed in 1933. The second two chimneystacks were added between 1944 and 1955.

Designs for Battersea Power Station, London: amended detail of chimney towers

RIBA35792
Scott, Halliday & Agate
NOTES: The first phase was completed in 1933. The second two chimneystacks were added between 1944 and 1955. Annotation on this drawing refers to an amended design of 1931

Designs for Battersea Power Station, London: elevation of an entrance facade

RIBA35793
Scott, Halliday & Agate
NOTES: The first phase was completed in 1933. The second two chimneystacks were added between 1944 and 1955.
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