All Hallows Staining amid Urban Renewal


All Hallows Staining Tower: Star Alley, London EC3R 7LQ, UK
Bevis Marks Synagogue: 4 Heneage Ln, London EC3A 5DQ, UK
Custom House: 20 Lower Thames Street, EC3, UK
Fenchurch Street Station: London EC3M 4PB, UK
St. Paul's Cathedral: St. Paul's Churchyard, London EC4M 8AD, UK
Tower of London: London EC3N 4AB, UK


Clothworkers' Hall (1860 structure severely damaged in Blitz; present building, 1955-8): Dunster Ct, London EC3R 7AH, UK
St. Olave Hart Street (severely damaged during the Blitz leaving the arches and tower; medieval crypt, pillars, and tracery re-used in rebuilt church, rededicated, 1954): 8 Hart St, London EC3R 7NB, UK


East India House (demolished 1861; site now Lloyds of London): Leadenhall Street, London, UK
Mansion House:  33 Mark Lane, London, UK
New Corn Exchange (amalgamated with Old Corn Exchange in 1926 and destroyed; Old Corn Exhange destroyed in the Blitz): 55 Mark Lane
St. Katherine Docks (built 1827; demolished for redevelopment, 1968): 50 St Katharine's Way, London E1W 1LA, UK
All Hallows Staining amid Urban Renewal