Recording the restoration of some of London's most famous landmarks!
The Monument to the Great Fire of London
The Monument, one of the City of London’s most outstanding landmarks and visitor attractions, closed for an 18-month programme of improvements and repairs.
Tower Bridge has stood over the River Thames in London since 1894 and is one of the most recognisable landmarks in the world. During 2008-11, Tower Bridge was stripped back to bare metal and repainted at a cost of £4 million.
St Lawrence Jewry Fountain
The fountain was originally erected in 1866 outside the Church of St Lawrence Jewry near Guildhall. It was dismantled into approximately 150 pieces and put into storage in the 1970s during the redevelopment of Guildhall.
Harris Digital Productions recorded the dismantling, restoration and rebuilding of Sir Christopher Wren’s Temple Bar, London’s last remaining gateway to the City of London.
An arch bridge linking Southwark and the City across the River Thames. It was designed by Ernest George and Basil Mott and opened in 1921. During 2008-11, Southwark Bridge was stripped back to bare metal and repainted at a cost of £2.5 million.
The Beasts of Bloomsbury
Harris Digital was commissioned by the World Monuments Fund in 2004 – 2005 to record the reinstatement of the Lions and Unicorns for St. George’s, Bloomsbury, London.
Harris Digital Productions specialise in the recording of historic projects and provides high resolution photography, 4K video recording and a dedicated project website if required.
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