10 of London’s greatest Victorian projects – 10. The final wrap-up…

April 3, 2013

For the final in our series on 10 of London’s greatest Victorian projects, we’re taking a quick look at some of the great Victorian projects that we’ve previously examined on Exploring London…

Tower Bridge – An eight year project which opened in 1894. For more, see our earlier post, Treasures of London – Tower Bridge.

Albert Memorial – Completed in 1876, the memorial to the Prince Consort is a masterpiece of the Gothic Revival style. For more, see Curious London memorials – 2. The Albert Memorial.

Trafalgar Square – While plans were drawn up by John Nash, it was Sir Charles Barry who designed the basic layout we see today. See our earlier post – What’s in a Name?…Trafalgar Square for more.

You can see all the previous entries in this series here.

What do you think is the most iconic Victorian building in London?

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2 Responses to “10 of London’s greatest Victorian projects – 10. The final wrap-up…”


  1. Nice one – thanks Pete!


  2. I’d put in a vote for the Markfield Beam Engine in Tottenham – built in 1888 and completely restored…

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