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Survey of London: Volume 24, the Parish of St Pancras Part 4: King's Cross Neighbourhood

Edited by Walter H Godfrey and W McB. Marcham. Describes the area around King's Cross as far north as Camden Town, and includes descriptions of the new St Pancras church and the Foundling Hospital.

Survey of London. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1952.

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Table of contents

Title Page(s)
Publishing and Survey committees v-viii
Description of plates xiii-xvii
List of illustrations xix-xxi
Preface xxiii
Index map 98
St. Pancras Church 1-9
The Foundling Hospital 10-24
The Foundling Hospital and Doughty Estates 25-55
The Calthorpe Estate 56-69
The Harrison Estate 70-79
The Southampton Estate (Tavistock Place area) 80-82
The Skinners' Company Estate 83-93
The Cromer-Lucas Estate 94-95
The Swinton Estate 96-101
Battle Bridge Estate 102-113
Euston Road 114-117
Somers Town 118-123
The Aldenham School or Brewers' Company Estate 124-127
The Bedford Estate 128-131
The Southampton Estate : Mornington Crescent 132-133
Camden Town 134-139
Additional Churches 140-146
Additional Burial Grounds 147-151
Appendix 153-155
References 156-157
Index to names 159-181
Plate 1: Section of map of London by R. Horwood (1799) (north part of Gray's Inn Road). 1
Plate 2: Section of map of St. Pancras by John Tompson (circa 1803) (upper part of Gray's Inn Road). 2
Plate 3: Section of map of St. Pancras by John Tompson (circa 1803) (Foundling Hospital etc.). 3
Plate 4: Section of map of St. Pancras by John Britton (1834) (north of Euston Road). 4
Plate 5: Section of map of St. Pancras by John Britton (1834) (Euston Road and south of it). 5
Plate 6: St. Pancras (New) Church. Plan, elevations and sections by Inwood 6
Plate 7: St. Pancras (New) Church, tower 7
Plate 8: St. Pancras (New) Church, west portico 8
Plate 9: St. Pancras (New) Church, east front 9
Plate 10: St. Pancras (New) Church. External views 10
Plate 11: Foundling Hospital (1794) 11
Plate 12: Foundling Hospital, general plan of buildings 12
Plate 13: Foundling Hospital, ground floor plan 13
Plate 14: Foundling Hospital, first floor plan 14
Plate 15: Foundling Hospital, elevations 15
Plate 16: Foundling Hospital east wing, plan and elevation 16
Plate 17: Foundling Hospital, view from south-east 17
Plate 18: Foundling Hospital, sections, etc. 18
Plate 19: Foundling Hospital, Chapel, interior looking east 19
Plate 20: Foundling Hospital, Chapel, altar rails 20
Plate 21: Foundling Hospital, Chapel, gallery 21
Plate 22: Foundling Hospital, Chapel, north window in east wall 22
Plate 23: Foundling Hospital, Chapel, cloister 23
Plate 24: Foundling Hospital, Chapel, east and north lobbies 24
Plate 25: Foundling Hospital, Chapel, details 25
Plate 26: Foundling Hospital, Chapel, pulpit and reading desks 26
Plate 27: Foundling Hospital, Court Room, details 27
Plate 28: Foundling Hospital, Court Room 28
Plate 29: Foundling Hospital, Court Room, wall decorations 29
Plate 30: Foundling Hospital, Court Room, fireplace 30
Plate 31: Foundling Hospital, Court Room, ceiling 31
Plate 32: Foundling Hospital, Picture Gallery, details 32
Plate 33: Foundling Hospital, Committee room, details 33
Plate 34: Foundling Hospital, Picture Gallery, fireplace 34
Plate 35: Foundling Hospital, Committee room, fireplace 35
Plate 36: Foundling Hospital, decorative details 36
Plate 37: Foundling Hospital, Boys' dining room 37
Plate 38: Foundling Hospital, Staircase 38
Plate 39: Foundling Hospital, Statue of Capt. Thomas Coram 39
Plate 40: Foundling Hospital, Colonnades to forecourt 40
Plate 41: Foundling Hospital, Colonnades 41
Plate 42: View from Red Lion Square (1731) 42
Plate 43: Nos. 7 and 8, Guilford Place 43
Plate 44: Nos. 25-31 and 77-82, Guilford Street 44
Plate 45: Nos. 70-73, Guilford Street 45
Plate 46: No. 40, Brunswick Square 46
Plate 47: Nos. 30-32, Bernard Street 47
Plate 48: Mecklenburgh Square, south side 48
Plate 49: Mecklenburgh Square, east side elevation and details 49
Plate 50: Mecklenburgh Square, east side (centre) 50
Plate 51: Mecklenburgh Square, east side (from S.W.) 51
Plate 52: Doughty Street, doorways 52
Plate 53: Nos. 145–149, Gray's Inn Road 53
Plate 54: Welsh Charity School, Gray's Inn Road (1850) 54
Plate 55: Nos. 33-49, Frederick Street 55
Plate 56: Nos. 29-33, Ampton Street 56
Plate 57: Nos. 48-50, Frederick Street 57
Plate 58: Inscribed stone (Bagnigge House) and No. 10, Calthorpe Street 58
Plate 59: Bagnigge Wells 59
Plate 60: The entrance of Bagnigge Wells 60
Plate 61: Bagnigge Wells 61
Plate 62: St. Peter's Church, Regent Square, elevations and sections 62
Plate 63: St. Peter's Church, Regent Square, west portico and tower 63
Plate 64: The Presbyterian Church, Regent Square 64
Plate 65: Nos. 4 and 6, Tavistock Place 65
Plate 66: St. George's Gardens 66
Plate 67: St. George's Gardens, tombs 67
Plate 68: Nos. 9, 10 and 11, Leigh Street and Nos. 8-11, Thanet Street 68
Plate 69: Nos. 6 and 7, Sandwich Street 69
Plate 70: No. 14, Leigh Street 70
Plate 71: Statue of Major John Cartwright, Cartwright Gardens 71
Plate 72: Cartwright Gardens from the north 72
Plate 73: Nos. 54-57, Burton Street 73
Plate 74: Battle Bridge (1814) 74