Aldersgate Street
Aldersgate Street
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Record No
35773
Title
Aldersgate Street
Description
View east across Aldersgate and along Barbican (now Beech Street), City of London. The wall bearing the Esso hoarding is the western elevation of 59 Barbican. New Zealand Avenue, which was entirely destroyed in the Blitz, ran north of Barbican between numbers 60 and 61. The range of buildings on the right is 2-12 Barbican up to the turning south (right) into Australian Avenue, with 15 Barbican on the other side of that junction. The string-coursed building in the centre in the distance is Midland Bank, 62 Redcross Street.
Date of execution
1958
Section
London Metropolitan Archives
Collection
City of London Photographs
Artist
Willis, James D.
Notes
Cripplegate Project descriptions contributed by Bruce Fleming. Jan 2021
Medium
photograph
Support
paper on gauze
Longest dimension
20cms
Shortest dimension
12cms
Catalogue No
m0026762cl
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