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  3. 13/03/2021 · In 1864 Francis Fowke, the architect who designed the Royal Albert Hall and parts of the Victoria and Albert Museum, won a competition to design the Natural History Museum. When he unexpectedly died a year later, the relatively unknown Alfred Waterhouse took over and came up with a new plan for the South Kensington site.

  4. The other structures are listed at Grade II and comprise Eccleston Lodge which was designed by Douglas and Fordham in 1894, its associated gates, piers and wing railings, a sandstone balustered causeway south of the lodge carrying the drive, a house called Eaton Boat, designed by Douglas about 1880, Garden Lodge designed by Waterhouse in 1881–83, a pair of gates, railings and screen walls ...

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  6. The house sits as an empty shell until railway engineer Thomas Brassey hands the keys to his son Albert as a wedding gift. He hires notable Gothic revivalist Alfred Waterhouse to lead the redesign. 1923. The house becomes a Jesuit College. 1969. National Westminster Bank turns it into a training and conference centre. 1999.

  7. Part 2 Mammalia by G. R. Waterhouse. By Darwin: Geographical introduction & A notice of their habits and ranges. Text Image PDF F9.2 Original numbers issued: 1: F8.2 Text Image PDF 2: F8.4 Text Image PDF 3: F8.5 Text Image PDF 4: F8.10 Text Image PDF. Part 3 Birds by J. Gould [& G. R. Gray].