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The Trinity House is the headquarters of the corporation and official general lighthouse authority for England and Wales. I didn't go inside, but from the outside, Trinity Houses looks like a grand building. Fittingly, the building across from Trinity Gardens with it's memorials to Mariners,...More
Went here today as part of the Open House London weekend. Doors opened early at 9.45, which was nice! The ground floor and first floors were open for the event. Lots of information and artefacts connected to the history of the building, although it was...More
Since 1796 Trinity House has been based at its central London headquarters at Tower Hill, alongside the River Thames, was rebuilt after the Second World War.
Had a business dinner in one of its beautifully-appointed rooms which houses many fine paintings, models of ships and...More
We were here for the ALK 30th Birthday celebration so were lucky enough to have a tour led by an Elder Brother.
His knowledge is superb and added to our understanding of Trinity House, its origins and work over the centuries.
If you love history...More
This amazing building is steeped in history but serves a very relevant purpose today. I was thrilled to be invited to an award presentation here and took some time to look at the magnificent paintings and artefacts on display along with the amazing windows and...More
From its ancient past as a Roman trading outpost to its 21st century status as the wealthiest square mile in the world, the financial district known simply as “The City” is one of London's most historic and fascinating neighborhoods. Here high rise office towers such as Norman Foster’s Gherkin mingle with Roman ruins and architectural marvels from virtually every era in between, including Christopher Wren's
glorious St.Paul's Cathedral, and John Soane's dauntingly classicist Bank of England. This neighborhood is also home to some of the finest restaurants and plushest hotels in Europe, in addition to an assortment of watering holes, upscale shops, and Tube stations. During the week, the City is abuzz with white collar workers going about their business; the weekend sees this area turn into a quiet haven for sightseers.