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A glimpse of Henry Morton Stanley

While I’m researching my next post, I would like to share this extract that I came across yesterday in the archives of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society.    438 more words

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King Cross Station

via Love of London.


*Varias horas esperando para el bus al aeropuerto dan para mucho* #structure #london #londontour #travelling

Architecture & Urban Planning

Casting the Gresley Maquette - the wax stage

The clay maquette of Sir Nigel Gresley and the Mallard arrived safely in the Docklands at Bronze Age Sculpture Casting Foundry. Their team made the two moulds – one for the figure and one for the Mallard – and cast them in wax. 71 more words


The final Sir Nigel Gresley clay maquette

Finally, here is the clay maquette. Members of the Sculpture Group of the Gresley Society Trust came to my studios in Billingshurst to sign-off on this clay before it went to the foundry. 21 more words


The Sir Nigel Gresley clay maquette - the process

With the decision made on which pose to sculpt, the go-ahead was given. I started to sculpt the ‘final’ maquette of Sir Nigel, 35cm in height, for casting in bronze. 287 more words


The inspiration behind the selected maquette

Yes, the decision was unanimous. Sir Nigel Gresley would be depicted quizzically surveying the new Western concourse at King’s Cross, with the Art Deco-esque lines of the new balcony and the incredible new ‘tree’ canopy.  291 more words


The three Sir Nigel Gresley maquettes

Some decisions around the sculpture of Sir Nigel Gresley were easily made. What better spot for a sculpture of Sir Nigel Gresley than the new Western Concourse at King’s Cross station? 279 more words