Plate 78

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English Heritage

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Author

F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

Year published

1975

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Page

78

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'Plate 78', Survey of London: volume 38: South Kensington Museums Area (1975), pp. 78. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47622 Date accessed: 30 August 2014.


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a. Brompton Hall, from north (P. 17). The viewpoint is now in the roadway west of South Kensington Station. Demolished


Brompton Hall.

Plate 78a: Brompton Hall.
a. Brompton Hall, from north (P. 17). The viewpoint is now in the roadway west of South Kensington Station. Demolished

b. Gore House, front to Kensington Gore (P. 12). It stood on the present north-east circumference of the Royal Albert Hall. Demolished


Gore House.

Plate 78b: Gore House.
Gore House, front to Kensington Gore (P. 12). It stood on the present north-east circumference of the Royal Albert Hall. Demolished

c. Grove House, Kensington Gore, garden front (p. 12), photographed in 1856 from a viewpoint now just south-west of the Royal Albert Hall. Demolished


Grove House, Kensington Gore, in 1856.

Plate 78c: Grove House, Kensington Gore, in 1856.
Grove House, Kensington Gore, garden front (p. 12), photographed in 1856 from a viewpoint now just south-west of the Royal Albert Hall. Demolished

d. Gloucester Lodge, c. 1800, south front. W. Tyler, architect (P. 71). The viewpoint is now just west of Stanhope Gardens. Demolished


Gloucester Lodge.

Plate 78d: Gloucester Lodge.
Gloucester Lodge, c. 1800, south front. W. Tyler, architect (P. 71). The viewpoint is now just west of Stanhope Gardens. Demolished



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