Plate 34
Kensington High Street

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English Heritage

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Hermione Hobhouse (General Editor)

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1986

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34

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'Plate 34: Kensington High Street', Survey of London: volume 42: Kensington Square to Earl's Court (1986), pp. 34. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50373 Date accessed: 30 September 2014.


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Kensington Improvement Scheme of 1868-71 (pp. 83-5). All demolished

a. (left). Looking west along Kensington High Street in c. 1893.


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Plate 34a: Kensington High Street
Looking west along Kensington High Street in c. 1893.

43-71 (odd) on left. Nos. 63-65 (with flag) heightened for Barker by Alexander Peebles, architect, 1886-7 (p. 87)

b. (right). Derry and Toms at Nos. pp-121 (odd) Kensington High Street (left to right), decorated for peace decorations in 1919.


Kensington High Street

Plate 34b: Kensington High Street
Derry and Toms at Nos. pp-121 (odd) Kensington High Street (left to right), decorated for peace decorations in 1919.

Nos. 99-101 heightened by Josiah Houle, architect, 1892 (p. 89)

c. (left). Kensington Fire Station at corner of King Street (left) and Ball Street in 1904.


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Plate 34c: Kensington High Street
Kensington Fire Station at corner of King Street (left) and Ball Street in 1904.

Edward Cresy, architect, 1870-1 (p. 84)

d. (right). Barkers, block at corner of Young Street (right) and Ball Street after fire of 3 November 1912 (p. 88)


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Plate 34d: Kensington High Street
Barkers, block at corner of Young Street (right) and Ball Street after fire of 3 November 1912 (p. 88)