Sir George Gilbert Scott was a pre-eminent and prolific Victorian architect,
fêted in his day but largely ignored until recent re-assessment,
particularly with the reopening of St Pancras Station and the Midland Grand Hotel.
He rose from humble beginnings, the son of a vicar, to achieve fame and wealth, his funeral held at Westminster Abbey.
Scott was a diligent and hard worker with many projects on the go at once, which makes his life hard to document.
In the years of this chronology, you will find what projects he and his office were running at the same time.