London Fever Hospital, Liverpool Road, Islington: viewed from the north. Wood engraving by C. D. Laing, 1848.
- Fowler, Charles, 1792-1867
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The (New) London Fever Hospital was built in 1848-52 to cope with infectious disease of all types. The hospital had previously been at King's Cross, but was forced to move when the railway Terminus was built. Now (1996) the hospital is closed and the buildings have been converted into living accommodation
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View of the new London Fever Hospital. ; Mr. Charles Fowler, architect. ; C. D. Laing sc.
J. Taylor, Hospital and asylum architecture in England 1840-1914, London, 1991, pp. 106-109
Wellcome Library no. 38504i