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Railway station for the Dendre et Waes railway line, Dendermonde (Termonde)

RIBA17727
Cluysenaar, Jean-Pierre (1811-1880)
SOURCE: J.-P. Cluysenaar. Batiments des stations et maisons de garde (Paris: A. Morel et Cie, 1862), pl. 31

United States Pavilion, Ile Sainte Helene, Expo '67, Montreal: the Minirail emerging from the dome

RIBA23255
R. Buckminster Fuller, Fuller & Sadao
NOTES: Became known colloquially as 'Bucky's Bubble'.

United States Pavilion, Ile Sainte Helene, Expo '67, Montreal

RIBA23256
R. Buckminster Fuller, Fuller & Sadao
NOTES: Became known colloquially as 'Bucky's Bubble'.

Cannon Street Railway Bridge, City of London: close-up of one of the cast iron Doric pillars

RIBA25210
Barry, Sir John Wolfe (1836-1918)
NOTES: This girder bridge, originally named Alexandra Bridge after Alexandra of Denmark who was then Princess of Wales, was built for the South Eastern Railway. It was designed by Sir John Hawkshaw and engineered by Sir John Wolfe-Barry. It crosses the River Thames between Southwark Bridge and London Bridge.

Housing at Grahame Park, Colindale, London: view from the east

RIBA26108
Greater London Council. Department of Architecture & Civic Design
NOTES: This housing scheme on a former aerodrome site was carried out jointly by the GLC, the London Borough of Barnet and the Ministry of Defence. Housing for up to 10 000 people was provided by single-storey, two bedroom courtyard houses to three-storey, four bedroom houses with integral garages, and high-rise blocks in the centre along with new retailing and commercial facilities. Sir Roger Walters was the Chief Architect and Gordon Wigglesworth was the Housing Architect.
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