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Survey of London: Volume 22, Bankside (The Parishes of St. Saviour and Christchurch Southwark)

Edited by Howard Roberts and Walter H Godfrey. An account of these two parishes on the south bank of the Thames, from London Bridge to Blackfriars Bridge. It includes descriptions of Guy's Hospital, the Bankside playhouses and Borough High Street.

Survey of London. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1950.

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Table of contents

Title Page(s)
Publishing and Survey committees iv-vi
Description of plates ix-xv
List of illustrations xvi-xviii
Preface xix-xx
Index plan 94
Introduction 1-8
Borough High Street 9-30
Newcomen Street 31-33
St. Thomas Street 34-35
Guy's Hospital 36-42
Montague Close 43-44
Winchester House and Park 45-56
Bankside 57-65
The Bankside Playhouses and Bear Gardens 66-77
The Anchor Brewery 78-80
Stoney Street 81
Park Street 82-83
Union Street 84-86
Red Cross Gardens, Red Cross Way 87
Southwark Bridge and Nos 1-5 Southwark Bridge Road 88-89
Southwark Street 90
Sumner Street 91-92
Zoar Street and Zoar Street Chapel 93
Paris Garden Manor 94-100
Christ Church 101-107
Upper Ground and Boddy's Bridge 108-110
Hopton Street 111-114
Blackfriars Bridge and Blackfriars Road 115-121
Stamford Street 122-124
Nos 72-80 Colombo Street 125-126
Dolben Street 127-128
Nelson Square 129-132
Appendix 133-135
References 136-139
Index 140-152
Plate 1: Plan of Southwark, circa 1618 1
Plate 2: Part of Rocque's map, 1761 2
Plate 3: A Plott of the Counter Prison, the Kings Armes Tavern and other buildings, 1686 3
Plate 4: Formation of the southern approach to new London Bridge, July, 1830 4
Plate 5: The tomb of John Gower, Southwark Cathedral 5
Plate 6: The memorial to William Emerson, Southwark Cathedral 6
Plate 7: The tomb of Lancelot Andrewes, Southwark Cathedral 7
Plate 8: Plan of Borough High Street, circa 1542 8
Plate 9: Two plans of Borough High Street 9
Plate 10: Plan of the College Almshouse estate, 1814 10
Plate 11: The market in Borough High Street, c.1750 and 1810 11
Plate 12: Fishmonger Alley and Green Dragon Court 12
Plate 13: Views of the town-hall, St. Margaret's Hill 13
Plate 14: The Tabard Inn 14
Plate 15: King's Head public house, Borough High Street. 15
Plate 16: The George Inn, interior of saloon bar, 1947 16
Plate 17: The George Inn, 1880 17
Plate 18: The George Inn, north and south elevations 18
Plate 19: The George Inn. Staircase and external details 19
Plate 20: The old White Hart and the Queen's Head Inn 20
Plate 21: The Grapes public-house (St. Thomas Street) and No. 83, Borough High Street 21
Plate 22: No. 91 Borough High Street. Details of staircase 22
Plate 23: No. 91 Borough High Street. Details of niche cupboard on first floor 23
Plate 24: Nos. 38-52 Borough High Street 24
Plate 25: No. 52 Borough High Street. Mantelpiece on first floor 25
Plate 26: The King's Arms public-house, Newcomen Street, 1828 26
Plate 27: Guy's Hospital. Plan, c.1900 27
Plate 28: Guy's statue in the hospital courtyard 28
Plate 29: Guy's Hospital. Central block of front courtyard 29
Plate 30: Guy's Hospital. Entrance gates from St. Thomas Street, 1934 30
Plate 31: Portrait of Thomas Guy 31
Plate 32: Guy's Hospital. Courtyards 32
Plate 33: Guy's Hospital. Thomas Guy's chest and the court room 33
Plate 34: Guy's Hospital. Elevations and section 34
Plate 35: Guy's Hospital. Interior of chapel 35
Plate 36: Guy's Hospital. Details of chapel 36
Plate 37: Guy's Hospital. Monument in chapel 37
Plate 38: The Feathers (Winchester Yard) and houses in Clink Street 38
Plate 39: Entrance to Montague Close, 1811 39
Plate 40: Montague Close and St. Saviour's Dock 40
Plate 41: North View of Queen Elizabeth's Free Grammar School, St. Saviour's, Southwark, 1815 41
Plate 42: St. Saviour's Grammar School. Governors' Court Room and School Room 42
Plate 43: Part of Hollar's View of London, 1647 43
Plate 44: Part of Hollar's View of London, 1647 44
Plate 45: Views of the palace of the Bishops of Winchester 45
Plate 46: Winchester Palace after the fire of 1814 46
Plate 47: Remains of Winchester House. Details, 1943 47
Plate 48: Remains of Winchester House. Plans, 1943 48
Plate 49: The Bishop of Winchester's House. Doorways 49
Plate 50: The Bishop of Winchester's House. Perspective view of great hall looking west 50
Plate 51: Remains of Winchester House, 1943. Details 51
Plate 52: The Bishop of Winchester's House. Rose window 52
Plate 53: The Bishop of Winchester's House. Details. 1884 53
Plate 54: Old houses on Bankside 54
Plate 55: The Anchor public-house and the Cardinal's Cap, Bankside 55
Plate 56: Honduras Wharf, No. 74 Bankside 56
Plate 57: Maid Lane and Castle Street 57
Plate 58: Workshop, formerly Skelton's meeting house, Maid Lane, 1812 58
Plate 59: Plan of Bankside. 59
Plate 60: Houses on Park Street 60
Plate 61: Plan of the Anchor Brewhouse, Park Street, 1792 61
Plate 62: No. 18 Union Street and Nos. 1-15, Southwark Bridge Road 62
Plate 63: Nos. 59 and 61 Union Street. 63
Plate 64: Zoar Street, 1912 64
Plate 65: Paris Garden Manor, 1627 65