List of colour plates

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Victoria County History

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Patricia E.C. Croot (editor)

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2004

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'List of colour plates', A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 12: Chelsea (2004), pp. XI. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=28678 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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LIST OF COLOUR PLATES between pages 140 and 141

All the photographs below were taken in 2003 by Derek Kendall of English Heritage, especially for this volume

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1 World's End Towers from the Thames. English Heritage. NMR AA033822
2 Chelsea Embankment, nos 4-12, from the Thames. English Heritage. NMR AA034223
3 Interior of St Luke's Church, Sydney Street. English Heritage. NMR AA034250
4 St Saviour's Church, Walton Place, from the east. English Heritage. NMR AA034232
5 The interior of Holy Trinity Church, Sloane Street. English Heritage. NMR AA034238
6 Gertrude Street, looking east. English Heritage. NMR AA033821
7 Villas on the north side of Carlyle Square. English Heritage. NMR AA033802
8 First Street, east side. English Heritage. NMR AA03378899
9 Cheyne Row, nos 16-24, from the south-west. English Heritage. NMR AA034225
10 St Loo Avenue, mansion blocks. English Heritage. NMR AA033799
11 Stuart House, no. 84 Cadogan Square. English Heritage. NMR AA033779
12 Crosby Hall, Cheyne Walk, from the south-east. English Heritage. NMR AA033792
13 Ixworth Place, Samuel Lewis Trust Dwellings. English Heritage. NMR AA033790
14 The Vale, no. 27. English Heritage. NMR AA033813
15 Royal Court Theatre and north-east angle of Sloane Square. English Heritage. NMR AA034216
16 Michelin House, no. 81 Fulham Road, Brompton Cross, from the north-west. English Heritage. NMR AA034226