List of figures

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English Heritage

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

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1983

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17-18

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'List of figures', Survey of London: volume 41: Brompton (1983), pp. XVII-XVIII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50004 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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List of Figures

Note: Many of the drawings in this volume show buildings conjecturally restored to their original state, and should in no ease be construed as a record of their exact appearance at the time of publication

1.Principal estates along Brompton Road. Based on the Ordnance Survey of 1862–722
2.Abridged pedigree of the Browne, Blake and Biscoe families11
3.Nos. 12–16 (even) Hans Road, plans and elevation. Redrawn by Alan Fagan from plans in the R.I.BA. Drawings Collection and The British Architect, 18 March 189216
4.Harrods, site plan in c. 1885. Based on the Ordnance Survey of 1862–7218
5.Harrods, plans of store and flats. Redrawn by John Sambrook from plans in possession of Harrods Limited and of the G.L. C.19
6.Harrods, elevation of original entrance to flats from Hans Road. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook21
7.Nos. 11–24 Ovington Gardens, elevation. Measured and drawn by Alan Fagan29
8.No. 142 Brompton Road, plans and details. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook35
9.No. 108 Brompton Road, plans and elevation. Redrawn by Alan Fagan from plans in The Builder, 10 Oct. 1903 and from photographs37
10.Brompton Square and district. Based on the Ordnance Survey of 1862–7241
11.Nos. 28–35 Brompton Square, site plan and elevations. Measured and drawn by Alan Fagan2–3
12.Holy Trinity Church, Brompton, plan. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook47
13The Oratory, plan. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook53
14.The Oratory, confessional. Measured and drawn by R. Weston56
15.The Alexander estate. Based on the Ordnance Survey59
16.Nos. 6–11 Alexander Square, plans and details. Measured and drawn by Roy Bowles62
17.No. 3 Alexander Place, elevation and plan of front. Measured and drawn by Alan Fagan64
18,Western Grammar School, North Terrace, plan. Redrawn by Alan Fagan from original in Middlesex Deeds Regstry68
19.Thurloe Square, elevations, plans and details. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook71
20.No. 37 Thurloe Square, detail of staircase. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook73
21.Nos. 18–20 (consec.) Thurloe Place, plans and elevation. Measured and drawn by Alan Fagan75
22.Cabmen's shelter, Thurloe Place, elevations, plan and detail. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook83
23.The Smith's Charity estate in Kensington. Based on the Ordnance Survey88–9
24.Pelham Crescent, site and house plans, elevations and details. Drawn by John Sambrook from survey and from plans in the R.I.B.A. Drawings Collection95
25.Egerton Crescent, site and house plans, elevations and detail. Drawn by Roy Bowles from survey and from lease plans in Middlesex Deeds Registry99
26.The Cranley Arms, Fulham Road, detail of windows. Measured and drawn by Roy Bowles102
27.Elevations of houses built by C. J. Freake. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook 106–7
28.No. 23 Onslow Gardens, elevation and detail of ceiling. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook109
29.No. 74 Onslow Gardens, plans and rear elevation. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook111
30.St. Paul's Church, Onslow Square, plan. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook113
31.St. Peter's Church, Cranley Gardens, plan. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook115
32.Evelyn Gardens, typical house plans. Redrawn by Alan Fagan from plans in possession of the G.L.C.119
33.No. 235 Brompton Road, shop front. Measured and drawn by Alan Fagan121
34.Nos. 3 and 9 Egerton Place, elevations. Measured and drawn by Roy Bowles124
35.No. 18 Yeoman's Row, plans and sections. Redrawn by John Sambrook from plans in The Architectural Review, August 1937125
36.Mortimer House, Egerton Gardens, plan and elevation. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook127
37.The Brompton Hospital estate. Based on the Ordnance Survey of 1862–72131
38.Brompton Hospital, plans in 1931. Redrawn John Sambrook from plans in possession of the G.L.C. 184–5
39.Brompton Hospital Chapel, plan. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook136
40.Brompton Hospital Chapel, sedilia. Measured and drawn by. Man Fagan138
41.The Ware estate. Based on the Ordnance Survey of 1894–6144
42.Nos. 2–9 Elm Place, plans, elevations and detail. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook147
43.Roland Gardens, site and house plans, elevation and detail. Measured and drawn by Roy Bowles 150–1
44.Nos. 43 and 45 Roland Gardens, elevation. Measured and drawn by Roy Bowles154
45.The Day estate in Drayton Gardens. Based on the Ordnance Survey of 1949–63156
46.Abridged pedigree of the Day family157
47.Nos. 135–151 (odd) Old Brompton Road (Drayton Terrace), plans and elevations. Measured and drawn by J. N. Wallace159
48.Little Chelsea, north side of Fulham Road, plan of estates. Based on the Ordnance Survey of 1949–62164
49.Nos. 93 and 95 Dravton Gardens, elevation. Measured and drawn by R. Weston168
50.No. 86 Dravton Gardens and No. 18 Cresswell Place, plan and elevations. Measured and drawn by Alan Fagan170
51.Cavaye Place, Fulham Road, site plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey of 1949–63171
52.Holmes Place, Fulham Road, site plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey of l949– 02173
53.Nos 2 and 3 Seymour Walk, gateways. Redrawn by Alan Fagan from a survey made in 1941 by the late F. H. Healey178
54.Nos. 240–248 (even) Fulham Road and Hollywood Road, site plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey of 1802–72183
55.Nos. 252–264 (even) Fulham Road, site plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey a of 1862–72185
56.No. 254 Fulham Road, gatewav. Measured and drawn in 1942 by the late F.H. Healey187
57.Church of Our Lady of Seven Dolours and St. Man's Priory, No. 264 Fulham Road, plan. Drawn by John Sambrook from survey and from plans in archives of St. Mary's Priory191
58.The Boltons and Redcliffe Square area, plan of estates. Based on the Ordnance Survey of 1949–72196
59.Plan of villas south of Old Brompton Road. Based on the Ordnance Survey of 1862–72202
60.No. 24 Gilston Road, plans and elevations. Measured and drawn by Alan Fagan from survey and from plans in possession of Alison and Peter Smithson204
61.No. 12 The Boltons, plans and elevation. Measured and drawn by Alan Fagan205
62.No. 18 The Boltons, plan. Drawn by Alan Fagan from survey and from plan in Middlesex Deeds Registry207
63.Gunter estate, typical elevations. Measured and drawn by Alan Fagan208–9
64.The Boltons and Redcliffe Square area, Gunter and Redcliffe estates. Based on the Ordnance Survey of 1949–72213
65.The Boltons and Redcliffe Square area, house plans. Redrawn by Roy Bowles from plans in Middlesex Deeds Registry218
66.The Redcliffe Estate, plans of public houses. Redrawn by Roy Bowles from plans in Middlesex Deeds Registry220
67.The Redcliffe Estate, architectural details. Measured and drawn by Alan Fagan225
68.Nos. 11–27 (odd) Redcliffe Square, site and house plans, elevations and details. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook227
69.St. Mary's Church, The Boltons, plan. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook233
70.St. Luke's Church, Redcliffe Square, plan. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook235
71.Stamford Bridge and the Billings area. Based on the Ordnance Survey of 1862–72242
72.Nos. 308–328 (even) Fulham Road, elevations. Measured and drawn by R. Weston243
73.Billing Road and Place, typical elevations. Measured and drawn by John Sambrook245
74.Brompton Cemetery, plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey of 1949–63 247
75.Brompton Cemetery, plans, elevations and section of north entrance and chapel. Measuresd and drawn by J. N. Wallace249


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