Plate 101

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English Heritage

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Author

F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

Year published

1975

Supporting documents

Page

101

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'Plate 101', Survey of London: volume 38: South Kensington Museums Area (1975), pp. 101. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47645 Date accessed: 16 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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a (left). No. 1 Lowther Gardens (No. 2, now No. 29 Exhibition road, on right), 1876–7, in 1958.


Lowther Gardens in 1958.

Plate 101a: Lowther Gardens in 1958.
No. 1 Lowther Gardens (No. 2, now No. 29 Exhibition road, on right), 1876–7, in 1958.

J. J. Stevenson, architect (p. 331)

b (right). No. 30 Hyde Park Gate, remodelled 1877.


No. 30 Hyde Park Gate.

Plate 101b: No. 30 Hyde Park Gate.
No. 30 Hyde Park Gate, remodelled 1877.

A. Williams, architect (p. 37)

c. Queen Alexandra's House, 1884–6, exterior and entrance hall in 1972.


Queen Alexandra's House, Exterior and Entrance hall in 1972.

Plate 101c: Queen Alexandra's House, Exterior and Entrance hall in 1972.
Queen Alexandra's House, 1884–6, exterior and entrance hall in 1972.

(Sir) C. P. Clarke, architect, with R. Down (p. 345)

d. Queen Alexandra's House, 1884–6, exterior and entrance hall in 1972.


Queen Alexandra's House, Exterior and Entrance hall in 1972.

Plate 101d: Queen Alexandra's House, Exterior and Entrance hall in 1972.
Queen Alexandra's House, 1884–6, exterior and entrance hall in 1972.

(Sir) C. P. Clarke, architect, with R. Down (p. 345)

e. Queen's Gate Hall at No.42 Harrington Road in 1904 (p. 302)


Queen's Gate Hall, Harrington Road, in 1904.

Plate 101e: Queen's Gate Hall, Harrington Road, in 1904.
Queen's Gate Hall at No.42 Harrington Road in 1904 (p. 302)