G. Warehouse: the Resiting and Renovation of an Antique Timber Framed Building at St. Katherine's Do
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G. Warehouse: the Resiting and Renovation of an Antique Timber Framed Building at St. Katherine's Do

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G. Warehouse: the Resiting and Renovation of an Antique Timber Framed Building at St. Katherine's Do
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Part of the timber framing of an 18th-century warehouse was moved to a new location within the site of St. Katharine's Dock and used as the structure of a new building. J.C. Pitts, T.A. Ealey and W.I. Liddell

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