War Memorial Arch, Guy's Hospital, Southwark, Greater London

The reverse face of the War Memorial Arch and colonnade at Guy's Hospital, Memorial Park. The arch was designed by William Walford. It was unveiled by the Duke of York in July 1921. It commemorates the staff and students of Guy's Hospital and its Medical School who died during World War One. Their names are recorded on the arch. The memorial park was redesigned in 1992. The arch was moved and the colonnade was removed. It is not clear where the arch was originally sited. A building visible through the arch bears the street name 'Great Maze Pond'. The photograph is one of a series commissioned by Guy's Hospital.


Greater London Southwark


1920s (1920 - 1929)


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