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News: 16 December 2017


Mark Power takes up the challenge
A selection of photographs taken by Mark Power of some of London's listed buildings.

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Trellick Tower
Trellick Tower built between 1968-72 by Erno Goldfinger, Cheltenham Estate, Kensington and Chelsea. Grade II* listed.
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Evangelical Church
Evangelical Church built in 1858 constructed in iron, Shrubland Road, Hackney. Grade II listed.
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K3 Telephone Kiosk
K3 telephone kiosk, designed in 1929 by Giles Gilbert Scott, outside the Parrot House at London Zoo. Grade II listed.
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Wembley Stadium
Wembley Stadium opened in 1923, Wembley. Grade II listed.
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Uxbridge Lido
Uxbridge Lido built in 1935. This is the only remaining example of a 12-sided 'star' swimming pool in the country and is the second longest open air swimming pool remaining in London. Grade II listed.
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Danebury Avenue bungalows
Danebury Avenue bungalows on the Alton Estate, Roehampton. Built between 1957-8 by the London County Council's Architect's Department Housing Division for the elderly. Grade II listed.
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Hoover Factory
Hoover Factory, Western Avenue built between 1932-5 by Wallis, Gilbert and partners. The central entrance is built in the Egyptian Art Deco manner. Grade II* listed.
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Marble Hill
Marble Hill in Twickenham, built between 1724-29. Grade I listed. This spectacular house is run by English Heritage and is open to the public.
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Tomb of John Gibson
Tomb of John Gibson, Kensal Green Cemetery. Grade II listed.
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