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Rare medal found

An extremley rare medal struck from the lead roof of the Temple Bar, when it was dismantled in Fleet Street in 1878 has been…
Commemorative Plaque

CWO build a commemorative plaque marking the former site of Temple Bar at Theobalds Park, Cheshunt. Stones from the former lodge...
Time Lord

The stainless steel Time Capsule contains a factual snapshot of the City of London in 2004, together with notes, black and white photographs...
Time Capsule

Stonemasons have buried a Time Capsule inside the floor of the upper chamber. A diamond drill was used to cut the 100mm diameter hole.
Last stone is laid

History is made after 126 years, London's most famous gateway has now been reassembled back in the City. The last remaining stone...
Last stone is lifted

The last remaining stone from Temple Bar was lifted from the ground at 1pm on Wednesday, 4th February 2004. The stone known as LUFC7...
Time Capsule found

The Time Capsule buried within Temple Bar by Lady Meux in 1889, has been found by the stone masons. The 115 year old glass…
First stone is laid

Jacko and Phil, lay the first stone at Paternoster Square. Stone 1/1 forms part of the plinth which will form a base for Temple…