James Walker, Bust, Greenland Dock
Commissioned by the London Docklands Development Corporation.
James Walker (1781-1862) was the engineer at Greenland Dock.
- On the front of the column, incised: JAMES / WALKER / 1781-1862 / [space] / ENGINEER / GREENLAND DOCK - On a metal plaque fixed to the pavement in front of the column: Unveiled by / PROFESSOR PETER STOTT CBE MA Feng FICE / President of / The Institution of Civil Engineers / 28 March 1990 / Sculpted by MICHAEL RIZZELLO / [below which, the LDDC logo, then:] / LONDON DOCKLANDS / DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
|Meridian Bronze, None||Foundry|
|Part of work||Material||Dimensions|
|Bust||Bronze||90 x 51 x 78|
|Abacus||Bronze||73.5 x 73.5|
|Column||Stone||203 (h); 48 (dia)|
PMSA recording information
|Precise location||On Brunswick Quay, facing south across the water|
Sorry, we have no precise geographical information for this item.
|Date of design||c. 1990|
|Year of unveiling||None|
|Unveiling details||Unveiled / erected: 28 March 1990, by Professor Peter Stott, President of the Institution of Civil Engineers|
|Commissioned by||the London Docklands Development Corporation.|
|Duty of care||None|
|Listing status||Not listed|
|At risk?||No known risk|