Two Temple Place. London WC2. John Loughborough Pearson (1817-1897). 1895 Left: The west-facing side of the building. The entrance is out of sight to the left. Right: Front elevation of the building, which faces the Thames. [Click on these and the following images for larger pictures.]

Left: Perspective view with the viewer facing Northeast. Right: The gilded weathervane in the form of a ship (detail) by J. Starkie Gardner, who did the metalwork inside the building and out, including the wrought iron fence and sign immediately below.

Left: The building's wrought iron fence. Right: The Bulldog Sign. (More distant view showing fence and sign).

Stone work by Nathaniel Hitch. Left: Window with grotesques beneath (detail: alternating human and lion heads). Right: Grotesque downspout. (View including other carving on the façade).

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References

Redstone, Lilian J. Survey of London: Volume 12, The Parish of All Hallows Barking, Part I: The Church of All Hallows. (1929). British History Online. Web. 15 August 2011.


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