Plate 28

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English Heritage

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Author

F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

Year published

1973

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Page

28

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'Plate 28', Survey of London: volume 37: Northern Kensington (1973), pp. 28. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=49914 Date accessed: 24 November 2014.


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NONCONFORMIST CHAPELS

a. Baptist Chapel, Kensington Place, 1824 (p. 86)


Baptist Chapel, Kensington Place, in 1971

Plate 28a: Baptist Chapel, Kensington Place, in 1971
Baptist Chapel, Kensington Place, 1824 (p. 86)

b. Kensington Temple, Kensington Park Road, 1848–9. J. Tarring, architect (p. 247)


Kensington Temple, Kensington Park Road, in 1971

Plate 28b: Kensington Temple, Kensington Park Road, in 1971
Kensington Temple, Kensington Park Road, 1848–9. J. Tarring, architect (p. 247)

c. Peniel Chapel, Kensington Park Road, c. 1871 (p. 248)


Peniel Chapel, Kensington Park Road, in 1971

Plate 28c: Peniel Chapel, Kensington Park Road, in 1971
Peniel Chapel, Kensington Park Road, c. 1871 (p. 248)

d. Talbot Tabernacle, Talbot Road, 1887. Habershon and Fawckner, architects (p. 330)


Talbot Tabernacle, Talbot Road, in 1971

Plate 28d: Talbot Tabernacle, Talbot Road, in 1971
Talbot Tabernacle, Talbot Road, 1887. Habershon and Fawckner, architects (p. 330)

e. Notting Hill Methodist Church, Lancaster Road, 1878–9 (p. 355)


Notting Hill Methodist Church, Lancaster Road, in 1971

Plate 28e: Notting Hill Methodist Church, Lancaster Road, in 1971
Notting Hill Methodist Church, Lancaster Road, 1878–9 (p. 355)

f. Notting Hill Methodist Church, Lancaster Road, 1878–9 (p. 355)


Notting Hill Methodist Church, Lancaster Road, in 1971

Plate 28f: Notting Hill Methodist Church, Lancaster Road, in 1971
Notting Hill Methodist Church, Lancaster Road, 1878–9 (p. 355)