Plate 89

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English Heritage

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Author

F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

Year published

1975

Supporting documents

Page

89

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'Plate 89', Survey of London: volume 38: South Kensington Museums Area (1975), pp. 89. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47633 Date accessed: 22 September 2014.


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a. North and west sides of Stanhope Gardens, c. 1869–75, in 1972 (pp. 299–300


Stanhope Gardens, north and west sides in 1972.

Plate 89a: Stanhope Gardens, north and west sides in 1972.
a. North and west sides of Stanhope Gardens, c. 1869–75, in 1972 (pp. 299–300

b. East side of Stanhope Gardens, c. 1865, in early 20th century.


Plate 89b: East side of Stanhope Gardens, c. 1865, in early 20th century.

T. Cundy III, architect (p. 299). Demolished

c. Queen's Gate looking south from Cromwell Road in early 20th century: Nos.127–134 (consec), 1870–2, on left.


Queen's Gate south of Cromwell Road.

Plate 89c: Queen's Gate south of Cromwell Road.
Queen's Gate looking south from Cromwell Road in early 20th century: Nos.127–134 (consec), 1870–2, on left.

W. Douglas, builder (p. 296)

d. Queen's Gate Place, 1865–8, looking west in 1968: Nos, 5–15(consec.) on right.


Queen's Gate Place, view looking west in 1968.

Plate 89d: Queen's Gate Place, view looking west in 1968.
Queen's Gate Place, 1865–8, looking west in 1968: Nos, 5–15(consec.) on right.



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