Restoration Projects in the City of London
The specialist cleaner takes care when Jos cleaning small areas on the Cibber relief during the restoration of the Monument on the 8th July 2008.
Another important date was added to the history of London’s most famous gateway, when the first stone of Temple Bar was carefully dismantled on 13 October 2003.
One of the ALPS Space Frame platforms being raised into place under the East Walkway of Tower Bridge on 7 August 2010
It’s difficult to conceive in its dilapidated and graffitied state that this was once the room where Lady Meux is believed to have dined with the Prince of Wales, Edward VII and Winston Churchill.
Stonemasons rebuilding Sir Christopher Wren’s Temple Bar Gateway in the City of London on 23 August 2004. At a cost of just over £3.0m –
In 2004-05, Harris Digital documented the recreation of four massive stone beasts for the World Monuments Fund (Britian).
A small selection of images taken during the restoration of Tower Bridge
A small selection of images taken during the restoration and rebuilding of the St Lawrence Jewry Memorial Fountain
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