. 1851, 1860s. Borough High Street and Southwark Street, London Bridge (tube). Southwark, London. The market consists of several separate sheds, two of which join at the point two railway bridges come together. Railway and underground trains rumble by overhead every few minutes. In this picture one can see the more elaborate of the two structures at left and the corner of the more delicate one at right.
Ironwork at Borough Market
Left: Entrance arch with cast iron tracery. Right: Cast iron capital holding three curved supports. [Click on images to enlarge them.]
Cast iron capitals, columns, and tracery, and roof supports. [Click on images to enlarge them.]
Left: Converging bridges above market seen from beneath. Right: Beams supporting railway.
- Exterior (end of two sheds)
- Shed with Borough Market sign
- Cast iron capital and tracery
- Sign for Lee Brothers Potato Merchants
- The market's wensite
Photographs by George P. Landow. You may use thrse images without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose as long as you (1) credit the photographer and (2) link your document to this URL in a web document or cite the Victorian Web in a print one.
Last modified 21 May 2015