I would like to thank all those who gave of their time and effort to help achieve a satisfactory conclusion to the painting's conservation and restoration. In particular to:
Hugh Chapman, Deputy Director of The Museum of London.
Cliff Thomas, Head Technician of the Museum, who not only designed and constructed the painting’s mild steel support frames but also the special travelling boxes for each segment.
Theodore Sturge of Leicestershire Museums for his generous help and encouragement.
Arthur Trotman for all his advice and encouragement to the author over the years.
David Beard for taking the site photographs.
Monica Redmond for her assistance with the cleaning and initial conservation of the painting, and to all the other volunteers who helped with the cleaning, too many to name.
Last, but not least to Harvey Sheldon without whom the project would not even have been started.