Plate 18
Beaufort Gardens development

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English Heritage

Publication

Author

F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

Year published

1983

Supporting documents

Page

18

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'Plate 18: Beaufort Gardens development', Survey of London: volume 41: Brompton (1983), pp. 18. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50050 Date accessed: 19 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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a. Nos. 161-177 (odd) Brompton Road.


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Plate 18a: Beaufort Gardens development
Nos. 161-177 (odd) Brompton Road.

Drawing of development scheme by G. A. Burn, architect, 1860. Openings are shown to Brompton (formerly Lloyd's) Place on left, and to Beaufort Gardens (formerly Brompton Grove)

b. (above). The Red Lion, No. 161 Brompton Road 1903.


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Plate 18b: Beaufort Gardens development
(above). The Red Lion, No. 161 Brompton Road 1903.

G. A. Burn, architect, 1861.

c. (above right). Nos. 163-169 (odd) Brompton Road in 1960.


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Plate 18c: Beaufort Gardens development
(above right). Nos. 163-169 (odd) Brompton Road in 1960.

G. A. Burn, architect, 1861. Demolished

d. (right). Beaufort Gardens, east side in 1975.


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Plate 18d: Beaufort Gardens development
(right). Beaufort Gardens, east side in 1975. Jeremiah and Hanry Little, builders, 1861-70

Jeremiah and Henry Little, builders, 1861-70