The Victorians in Malta
- The Carmelite Church, Balluta Bay, Malta (1877)
- Our Lady of Lourdes, Mgaar Harbour, Gozo (1888-93)
- St Paul's Anglican Pro-Cathedral
- The old naval bakery, now the Maritime Museum
- Ta'Braxia Cemetery (also known as Pietá Military Cemetery)
- Victoria Gate
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