Lost in the Great Fire: which London buildings disappeared in the 1666 blaze? | Cities | The Guardian

This week 350 years ago, the Great Fire of London burned through 400 of the city’s streets. Matthew Green reveals the extraordinary structures lost in the blaze – from old St Paul’s to a riverside castle – and what survived, only to vanish later…

Source: Lost in the Great Fire: which London buildings disappeared in the 1666 blaze? | Cities | The Guardian

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2 thoughts on “Lost in the Great Fire: which London buildings disappeared in the 1666 blaze? | Cities | The Guardian

  1. Loved this, and ended up lamenting the tragic loss of such interesting buildings. If only we had kept Baynard’s Castle, and the house on London Bridge!
    At least we are lucky to have the drawings and engravings to show us what we would never see.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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