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The Bank of England, Threadneedle Street, London was designed by Herbert Baker and was completed in 1939. The current bank largey replaced one designed by Sir John Soane but parts of Soane's design remain including this corner dome known as 'Tivoli Corner', and the perimeter wall. The carving at the head of the arch is of Old Father Thames by Sir Charles Wheeler, Inside Tivoli Corner looking out onto Prince's Street.
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House of Sir Herbert Baker - part of the Edwardian homes in Beach Rd facing the sea - modest single-storey house that Baker designed for himself in 1899. It is built in plaster finish on a stone plinth round an atrium (now covered), and two simple 'Dutch' gables mark either end of the whitewashed facade. The house in recent years accommodated The Joan St Leger Lindbergh Arts Foundation; it now forms part of The St Leger Retirement Hotel - cnr of Beach Road & Baker Road. #HerbertBaker…
Delville Wood: The memorial, which was designed by Sir Herbert Baker, with sculpture by Alfred Turner, consists of a flint and stone screen either side of an archway, with a shelter at each end of the screen (wikipedia)
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