Findlater’s Corner arches 

Findlater’s Corner arches under the London Bridge viaduct gets fully restored.

A Victorian-era winery beneath a London Bridge railway arch, known for its stunning Baroque Revival frontage, has been carefully restored. Findlater’s Corner, located at the southern end of the bridge and topped by a large clock and ceramic stag’s head, was established by historic wine merchants Findlater’s Mackie & Todd in 1865. A £3million project by The Arch Company and Railway Heritage Trust has allowed the prominent building to be brought back to its former glory to welcome people crossing London Bridge.

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