Thomas Edward Knightly And Bakers Almshouses, London Blue Plaque Photo

Thomas Edward Knightly and Bakers Almshouses, London blue plaque - Bakers Almshouses. Grade II Listed building. Designed by Thomas Edward Knightly FRIBA in an Italianate style, and built between 1857 and 1866 for the London Master Bakers Benevolent Institution

Thomas Edward Knightly And Bakers Almshouses, London Blue Plaque Map


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