Buckingham Gate

Nicholaus Stone

1626

London.

An historical plaque explains that this structure, which formerly served as the watergate to the Duke of Buckingham's York House, "marks the position pf the north bank of the River Thames before the construction of th Victoria Embankment in 1862."

  • Drawing by G. A. Symington from Father Thames (1916)
  • Photograph and text Jacqueline Banerjee

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