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Fleet Street London : Architecture

Building Photography by Nick Weall in London, England, UK

Fleet Street Architecture

London Architecture photographs taken by Nick Weall on 1 + 2 Aug 2009

Not all images are in Fleet Street, but all are in the City of London area surrounding Fleet Street.

Designs, alphabetical:

Fleet Street Buildings : A-K (this page)

Fleet Street Architecture : L-Z

Listed alphabetically

50 Serjeants Inn Chambers
50 Serjeants Inn Chambers

61 Aldwych
61 Aldwych

65 Holborn Viaduct
65 Holborn Viaduct

76 Shoe Lane
76 Shoe Lane 76 Shoe Lane 76 Shoe Lane 76 Shoe Lane

100 Ludgate Hill
100 Ludgate Hill

100 New Bridge
100 New Bridge

110 Fetter Lane
110 Fetter Lane

217 The Strand
217 The Strand

Australia House
Alexander Marshall Mackenzie
Australia House London
Australia House

Bell Yard Ale Pie
Bell Yard Ale Pie Bell Yard Ale Pie

Boswell House
Boswell House

British Museum Building
British Museum Building
British Museum Building

Bush House – Aldwych entrance
Bush House Bush House

Bush House The Strand
Bush House The Strand

City Thames Link Station
City Thames Link Station City Thames Link Station

Coutts Fleet Street
Coutts Fleet Street Coutts Fleet Street

Crown Plaza New Bridge
Crown Plaza New Bridge Crown Plaza New Bridge

Daily Express Building
Daily Express Building
Daily Express Building

Daily Telegraph Building
Daily Telegraph Building

Fetter Lane Junction
Fetter Lane Junction Fetter Lane Junction

Fleet Place ; 10 Fleet Place – two photos
Fleet Place 10 Fleet Place 10 Fleet Place

Fleet Street Buildings:
Fleet Street Buildings

Fleet Street building
photo © Adrian Welch

Fleet Street church
Fleet Street church
photo © Adrian Welch

19 Fleet Street ; 37 Fleet Street ; 50 Fleet Street ; 56 Fleet Street
19 Fleet Street 37 Fleet Street 50 Fleet Street 56 Fleet Street

63 Fleet Street ; 70 Fleet Street ; 97 Fleet Street ; 130 Fleet Street
63 Fleet Street 70 Fleet Street 97 Fleet Street 130 Fleet Street

65 Fleet Street
65 Fleet Street 65 Fleet Street 65 Fleet Street 65 Fleet Street

Gunpowder Square
Gunpowder Square

Hammicks Legal Bookshop
Hammicks Legal Bookshop

Holborn Hotel
Holborn Hotel

Hood Court
Hood Court

Hotel Russell
Hotel Russell Hotel Russell London

Ivy House
Ivy House

Kings College The Strand
Kings College The Strand

Kingsway Building, western corner of Kingsway and Aldwych
Kingsway Building Kingsway Building Kingsway Building Kingsway Building London

Kingsway Sicilian Avenue
Kingsway Sicilian Avenue


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London Architecture Photos taken by Nick Weall with a Nikon D700 using either a 14-24mm Nikkor Lens or a 24-70mm Nikkor lens. All images taken with a tripod.
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Fleet Street London

The A4 road historically began at Ludgate Circus and the whole of Fleet Street was part of the route. However the A4 today begins at Holborn Circus, runs down Fetter Lane and then the western part of Fleet Street. It then continues west into Westminster.

The street numbering runs consecutively from west to east south-side and then east to west north-side.

The nearest London Underground stations are Temple, Chancery Lane, and Blackfriars tube/mainline station, and the City Thameslink railway station.

In the high Middle Ages senior ecclesiastics had their London palaces in the street, place-names surviving with this connection are Peterborough Court and Salisbury Court after their respective Bishops’ houses here; apart from the Knights Templars’ establishment the Whitefriars monastery is recalled by Whitefriars Street and the remains of its undercroft have been preserved in a public display area.

Today three churches serve the spiritual needs of the three ‘communities’ associated with the area of the street: Temple Church for the Bar, St Bride’s Church, remains the London church most associated with the print industry. St Dunstan’s in the West supplements these as the local parish (as opposed to guild church) and is the London home for the Romanian Orthodox church.
Source: wikipedia

Senate House LondonUCL Buildings
Senate House London

London Olympic Buildings
various architects
London Olympic Stadium
photo from Olympic Delivery Authority

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