Free Watermen and Lightermen's Almshouses
Bromley, Greater London, SE20
English Free Watermen and Lightermen's Almshouses
The Free Watermen and Lightermen's Almshouses (generally known as the Royal Watermen's Almshouses) on Beckenham Road / Penge High Street, Penge, Kent, (now London Borough of Bromley) were built in 1840–1841 to designs by the architect George Porter by the Company of Watermen and Lightermen of the City of London for retired company freemen and their widows. It is the most prominent and oldest of the Victorian almshouses in Penge. In 1973, the almspeople were moved to a new site in Hastings, and the original buildings were converted into private homes. They have been Grade II listed since 1973.
English Royal Waterman's Alms Houses
designed by George Porter and built in 1840–1841 by the Company of Watermen and Lightermen of the City of London. The residents moved out in 1973 and the almshouses became private houses.
Italian Royal Waterman's Alms Houses
Progetto di George Potter e costruite nel 1840-1841 dall'azienda Company of Watermen and Lightermen of the City of London. Dal 1973 sono diventate case private e quindi è possibile vederle soltanto da fuori.