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A View of the New Hungerford Market, Westminster, London
'A View of the New Hungerford Market', Westminster, London, 1833. The new Hungerford Market near Charing Cross was built in Italianate style in 1831-1833. The architect was Charles Fowler, who also designed Covent Garden Market. The market was badly damaged when the adjacent Hungerford Hall burned down in 1854, and in 1862 the site was sold to the South Eastern Railway and Charing Cross Station was built on it.
- Image ref: 2502640
- City of London Libraries and Guildhall Art Gallery