Lincoln Memorial Tower
The Lincoln Memorial Tower is a Gothic tower which nowadays houses meeting rooms in London. It was built in 1876 in memory of Abraham Lincoln according to the wishes of Christopher Newman Hall, pastor at the Surrey Chapel. Newman Hall sought funding from the US so that Lincoln would have a monument in his honour in London. The Lincoln Memorial Tower was associated with the Christ Church chapel and is located on the corner of Westminster Bridge Road and Kennington Road, close to Waterloo Station.