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Inner Temple Gatehouse in Fleet Street
Inner Temple Gatehouse in Fleet Street
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Inner Temple Gatehouse in Fleet Street
View of the exterior of Inner Temple Gatehouse at 17 Fleet Street, City of London, which was originally built in 1610-11 but very much restored and rebuilt at later dates. This photograph was taken before the false front was removed in 1900, which revealed the seventeenth-century half-timbered front. The false front included eight carved panels. On the ground floor is Carter's hairdressers and a stone archway dated 1748 which leads to Inner Temple. On the first floor is Prince Henry's Room. At the top of the building is a sign which says 'formerly the palace of Henry VIII and Cardinal Wolsey'. Groom's Coffee House at 16 Fleet Street and the entrance to 18 Fleet Street are just visible.
1880
London Metropolitan Archives
LCC Photograph Library
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SC_PHL_01_011_58_3927
Exact
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