The Trafalgar Tavern [c1915] was built in 1837 and soon celebrated for its whitebait suppers, attended by Members of Parliament who arrived by barge from Westminster; these dinners continued until 1883. The pub was later used as a hotel and flats, but restored to pub and restaurant use in 1964 and still in business today.
The Royal Naval College and the Royal Hospital School from the air. - Leisure, health and housing
View of Royal Naval College and the Royal Hospital School from the air with sailing barges on the Thames. The school drill ship 'Fame' can be seen in front of the Queen's House. The last of three such vessels there since 1843, all used for seamanship practice, she was removed in 1933-35.
Modernism in Metro-Land
Greenwich Town Hall (1939) by Clifford Culpin Town hall designed by architect Clifford Culpin in the style of Dutch designer WM Dudok who was very influential on British municipal architects in the...
Market History | Greenwich Market
An ancient village on the banks of the Thames, steeped in Royal history, Greenwich has long been home to a Royal Charter Market which was originally assigned to the Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital on the 19th December 1700 for 1,000 years. #Greenwich #GreenwichMarket #Market #London