Buildings in Fleet Street
Buildings in Fleet Street
Buildings in Fleet Street
A view along Fleet Street, City of London, showing numbers 30-32, 33 and 37. 30-32 Fleet Street was built in 1883 to the designs of Thomas Edward Knightley. It includes an entrance to Falcon Court. 33 Fleet Street was originally built in the late eighteenth century but has been much altered and heightened. In this photograph, the building is boarded up. At 37 Fleet Street is Hoare's Bank which was built in 1828-30 and designed by architect Charles Parker.
London Metropolitan Archives
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