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Plate 28

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Survey of London: Volume 37, Northern Kensington. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1973.

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NONCONFORMIST CHAPELS

a. Baptist Chapel, Kensington Place, 1824 (p. 86)

Figure 28a:

Baptist Chapel, Kensington Place, in 1971

Baptist Chapel, Kensington Place, 1824 (p. 86)

b. Kensington Temple, Kensington Park Road, 1848–9. J. Tarring, architect (p. 247)

Figure 28b:

Kensington Temple, Kensington Park Road, in 1971

Kensington Temple, Kensington Park Road, 1848–9. J. Tarring, architect (p. 247)

c. Peniel Chapel, Kensington Park Road, c. 1871 (p. 248)

Figure 28c:

Peniel Chapel, Kensington Park Road, in 1971

Peniel Chapel, Kensington Park Road, c. 1871 (p. 248)

d. Talbot Tabernacle, Talbot Road, 1887. Habershon and Fawckner, architects (p. 330)

Figure 28d:

Talbot Tabernacle, Talbot Road, in 1971

Talbot Tabernacle, Talbot Road, 1887. Habershon and Fawckner, architects (p. 330)

e. Notting Hill Methodist Church, Lancaster Road, 1878–9 (p. 355)

Figure 28e:

Notting Hill Methodist Church, Lancaster Road, in 1971

Notting Hill Methodist Church, Lancaster Road, 1878–9 (p. 355)

f. Notting Hill Methodist Church, Lancaster Road, 1878–9 (p. 355)

Figure 28f:

Notting Hill Methodist Church, Lancaster Road, in 1971

Notting Hill Methodist Church, Lancaster Road, 1878–9 (p. 355)