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Royal Victoria Arch, Dundee Harbour: perspective view

Leslie, James (1801-1889)
NOTES: The Royal Victoria Arch was a wooden structure designed by harbour engineer James Leslie and erected in Dundee to commemorate a visit to the city by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in 1844. It was later replaced by a permanent stone arch designed by John Thomas Rochead and built between 1849 and 1853.

Central Business District (CBD), Sydney: view from the ferry approaching Circular Quay railway station with the Gateway Plaza on the right

Bradfield, John Job Carew (1867-1943)
NOTES: Peddle Thorp & Walker designed the 46-storey Gateway Plaza, which was completed in 1989. Circular Quay, which opened in 1956, completed the City Rail railway envisaged by J J C Bradfield.

Design for carvings on a war memorial (World War One): sketched elevation showing a sinking steamship in the background with a lifeboat (or fishing boat) full of people attempting to rescue further survivors from the sea

Jack, George Washington Henry (1855-1931)
NOTES: During World War One George Jack worked in the LCC Architects Department where he remained until 1919. Thereafter his own practice was chiefly concerned with memorials and church furnishings.

HMS Victory, Portsmouth Naval Dockyard, Hampshire: the bows with the anchor on the dockside

Slade, Sir Thomas (1703/4-1771)
NOTES: The Victory was designed by Sir Thomas Slade, the Senior Surveyor of the Navy. She was the flagship of the Second Sea Lord and is best known for her role in the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805 under the command of Admiral Nelson. She was moved from moorings in Portsmouth Harbour to Number 2 dry dock at Portsmouth Royal Naval Dockyard in 1922 when work began restoring her to her 'fighting' condition of 1805.