Trinity Almshouses, Mile End Road, Stepney, London: one of the rows of red-brick cottages with stepped entrances

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RIBApix ref no RIBA47705
Architect/DesignerOgbourne, Sir William (c. 1662-1734)
Artist/PhotographerCruickshank, Dan (1949-)
CountryUK: England
Subject Date1695
Image Date1972
StyleClassical Revival
Library ReferenceAP Box 180 London (3)
Colour / B&W Black and white
Credit Architectural Press Archive / RIBA Collections
Notes NOTES: Built in 1695 for the Corporation of Trinity House by the master carpenter, William Ogbourne, the almshouses consist of two rows of brick cottages facing each other across a garden. Having suffered bomb damage in 1941 during World War II, they were restored and modernized by the London County Council in 1956-1962.

Subject tags

brickwork, entrances, restoration, almshouses