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Buildings and facilities at the Submarine Refit Complex and Fleet Maintenance Base, HM Base, Devonport

RIBA104676
Howell Killick Partridge & Amis
NOTES: This complex of buildings was the winner of the Concrete Society Award for 1980. See RIBA104673 for a black and white version of this image.

Vasa Museum, Stockholm

RIBA108481
Mansson Dahlback Arkitektkontor
NOTES: Designed to house the ship from 1628, which sank off the Swedish coast, the museum is deliberately shiplike with a series of masts placed upon its roof.

Prospect of Whitby Public House, Wapping, London, seen from the river

RIBA116613
NOTES: The building is said to date from 1520, and to be named after a ship that docked here in the 18th century. Its exterior is largely 19th century, although the interior contains 18th century panelling, though not in situ. See RIBA116619 for a colour version of this image.

Prospect of Whitby Public House, Wapping, London, seen from the river

RIBA116619
NOTES: The building is said to date from 1520, and to be named after a ship that docked here in the 18th century. Its exterior is largely 19th century, although the interior contains 18th century panelling, though not in situ. See RIBA116613 for a black and white version of this image.

Office buildings under construction, Albert Embankment, London: seen from close by Vauxhall Bridge

RIBA121486
T. P. Bennett & Son
NOTES: The office buildings featured are 20 Albert Embankment by T. P. Bennett & Son on the site of the old Doulton potteries and the new headquarters for the National Dock Labour Board by Frederick Gibberd.

HMS Belfast with Tower Bridge beyond, London

RIBA135137
Jones, Sir Horace (1819-1887)

Gangway leading to HMS Belfast, with Tower Bridge in the background, London, seen at night

RIBA138546
Tite, Sir William (1798-1873)
NOTES: Tower Bridge is 1894 by Sir William Tite and Sir John Wolfe Barry. HMS Belfast was built by Harland & Wolff in 1936, and was brought into service during World War II. It is now a museum.
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