Plate 16

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English Heritage

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Author

F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

Year published

1980

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'Plate 16', Survey of London: volume 40: The Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 2 (The Buildings) (1980). URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42181 Date accessed: 22 August 2014.


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a. The Grosvenor Gallery, main (west) gallery in 1877.


The Grosvenor Gallery, main (west) gallery in 1877.

Plate 16a: The Grosvenor Gallery, main (west) gallery in 1877.
William Thomas Sams, architect (p. 60)

b. St. Mary's Church, Bourdon Street, interior, looking east in c. 1950.


St. Mary's Church, Bourdon Street, interior, looking
east in c. 1950.

Plate 16b: St. Mary's Church, Bourdon Street, interior, looking east in c. 1950.
Arthur Blomfield, architect, 1880–1 (p. 59). Demolished

c. Nos. 8–34 (even) Bourdon Street (right to left) in 1978 (p. 59)


Nos. 8–34 (even) Bourdon Street (right to left) in 1978
(p. 59)

Plate 16c: Nos. 8–34 (even) Bourdon Street (right to left) in 1978 (p. 59)

d. Bloomfield Flats (John Newson, builder, 1854–8) with chimney of Grosvenor Gallery generating station behind, in 1930's (pp. 62, 61)


Bloomfield Flats (John Newson, builder, 1854–8) with
chimney of Grosvenor Gallery generating station behind, in
1930's (pp. 62, 61)

Plate 16d: Bloomfield Flats (John Newson, builder, 1854–8) with chimney of Grosvenor Gallery generating station behind, in 1930's (pp. 62, 61)



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