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Extension to Torbay Hospital, Phase I, Torquay, Devon: ambulance bay of Accident and Emergency

RIBA43151
Fry Drew & Partners
NOTES: This is part of a phased complex of buildings constructed between 1963 and 1973 and designed as an extension to the Torbay Hospital by Adams Holden & Pearson of 1927.

Components of a BAC Mark I being loaded onto the first freighter to leave Weston-super-Mare for Paris

RIBA44062
NOTES: This system of prefabrication was manufactured at the Bristol Housing Company's factory near Weston-super-Mare.

Components of a BAC Mark I being loaded onto the first freighter to leave Weston-super-Mare for Paris

RIBA44063
NOTES: This system of prefabrication was manufactured at the Bristol Housing Company's factory near Weston-super-Mare.

Place de la Republique with the Monument to the French Republic, Paris

RIBA44727
Morice, Charles (1848-1908)
NOTES: The Monument to the French Republic was the subject of an 1879 competition won by Leopold Morice for the statue and Charles Morice, his brother, for the architectural base. It was completed in 1883.

The Esplanade, Penzance, Cornwall

RIBA44733
NOTES: The Lavin's Mount's Bay Hotel (the nearest building on the right) opened around 1873 and the Queen's Hotel (the long building next to the Mount's Bay Hotel) opened in 1861.

O'Connell Street (formerly Sackville Street), Dublin, with the O'Connell Bridge in the foreground, the O'Connell Monument and the Nelson Pillar

RIBA44734
Foley, John Henry (1818-1874)
NOTES: Sackville Street was renamed O'Connell Street in 1924. James Gandon designed the 1791 Carlisle Bridge which was widened in 1890 and renamed the O'Connell Bridge. The O'Connell Monument was sculpted by John Henry Foley and unveiled in 1882 and the Nelson Pillar dates from 1808.

Warehouses 1 and 2, West India Docks North Quay (now West India Quay), Wapping, London

RIBA47771
George Gwilt & Son
NOTES: Built between 1799 and 1806, the West India Docks were the first of London's great enclosed docks. These two warehouses are all that remain of the row of nine warehouses designed by the Gwilts, later extended upwards in 1827 by Sir John Rennie.
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