Plate 73
Park Lane

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English Heritage

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

Year published

1980

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'Plate 73: Park Lane', 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=42238 Date accessed: 30 August 2014.


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Park Lane

a. Nos. 117 (formerly 37) Park Lane (right) and 128 Park Lane (left) with backs of Nos. 25–31 Dunraven Street between (left to right) in July 1926 (pp. 282–3).


Park Lane

Plate 73a: Park Lane
Nos. 117 (formerly 37) Park Lane (right) and 128 Park Lane (left) with backs of Nos. 25–31 Dunraven Street between (left to right) in July 1926 (pp. 282–3).

Nos. 25–31 demolished

b. Nos. 117 (formerly 37) Park Lane (right) and 128 Park Lane (left) with backs of Nos. 25–31 Dunraven Street between (left to right) in July 1926 (pp. 282–3).


Park Lane

Plate 73b: Park Lane
Nos. 117 (formerly 37) Park Lane (right) and 128 Park Lane (left) with backs of Nos. 25–31 Dunraven Street between (left to right) in July 1926 (pp. 282–3).

Nos. 25–31 demolished

c. Nos. 27 (right) and 28 in July 1926 (p. 270).


Park Lane

Plate 73c: Park Lane
Nos. 27 (right) and 28 in July 1926 (p. 270).

Demolished. No. 93 on extreme left

d. Houses on site of Fountain House on 30 December 1930.


Park Lane

Plate 73d: Park Lane
Houses on site of Fountain House on 30 December 1930.

No. 15 Aldford Street on right (p. 256) and backs of Nos. 65–66 Mount Street (with pilasters) on left (p. 318). Demolished