Post-Medieval London, Pt. VI – Building Works

The Lost City of London - Before the Great Fire of 1666

Another in the series on the history of London up to the time of the Great Fire of 1666, largely taken from my book, “The Flower Of All Cities” (Amberley, 2019) …

Building Works

1 – Monument, Monument Street; 2 – Old London Bridge (and Port of London); 3 – Eastcheap; 4 – Custom House, Thames Street; 5 – All Hallows Barking, Byward Street; 6 – Tower Hill; 7 – Tower of London; 8 – Site of Navy Office, Seething Lane; 9 – St Olave Hart Street; 10 – All Hallows Staining, Mark Lane; 11 – Site of East India House, Fenchurch Street; 12 – St Andrew Undershaft, Leadenhall Street/St Mary Axe; 13 St Katharine Cree, Leadenhall Street; 14 – Site of first synagogue after resettlement, Creechurch Lane/Bury Street; 15 – Bishopsgate; 16 – Site of Gresham College, Bishopsgate/Old Broad Street; 17 – Austin Friars, off Old Broad…

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