: ' London buildings'

Welsh dairies

J. Evans Dairy a Grade II listed building on the corner of Warren Street and Conway Street. Built 1793 and tiles circ. 1916 a rare surviving example of a Welsh dairy. T IS A CUT THROUGH [...]

223 Bow Road

The building this month is passed unnoticed by thousands every day standing as it does incongruously next to a drive-in McDonald’s [...]

Site Unseen: K2

Every month CabbieBlog hopes to show you a little gem of a building that you might have passed without noticing, in the past, they have ranged from a modernist car park; a penguin pool; to a [...]

Site Unseen: Grosvenor Gardens

Standing in Bishopsgate Churchyard is this Ottoman Hamam in the heart of the City [...]

The Angel

Travellers would rest here overnight rather than risk the open land between Islington and the City, which was infested by highwaymen and other thieves [...]

Site Unseen: Maggs Bros

A brown tendrilled misty mass is reported to inhabit the upper floor of 50 Berkeley Square [...]

Turner’s House

Sandycombe House has undergone a £2.4 million transformation turning it back to how it was in Turner’s day [...]

Site Unseen: Tower Subway

At Tower Hill sandwiched between Starbucks and McDonald’s, those two behemoths of American culture, is to be found evidence of Victorian ingenuity [...]

Site Unseen: Boodles Club

The second oldest club in the world, it has more a modern association, in James Bond, M's club, Blades, is modelled on Boodles [...]

Site Unseen: York Watergate

This little arch gives you an idea of how wide the Thames was before the construction of the Victoria Embankment [...]