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Plate 62: The Ladbroke estate

Page 62

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

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THE LADBROKE ESTATE: houses by W.J. Drew and/or T. Allason (p.215)

a. Nos. 1–11 odd Clarendon Road, 1840–1. Demolished

Figure 62a:

Nos. 1–11 (odd) Clarendon Road in 1964

Nos. 1–11 odd Clarendon Road, 1840–1. Demolished

b. Nos. 21–35 odd Ladbroke Grove, 1839–40

Figure 62b:

Nos. 21–35 (odd) Ladbroke Grove in 1969

Nos. 21–35 odd Ladbroke Grove, 1839–40

c. Nos. 23–29 odd Clarendon Road, 1845

Figure 62c:

Nos. 23–29 (odd) Clarendon Road in 1971

Nos. 23–29 odd Clarendon Road, 1845

d. Nos. 2–12 even Lansdowne Road, 1843

Figure 62d:

Nos. 2–12 (even) Lansdowne Road in 1971

Nos. 2–12 even Lansdowne Road, 1843

e. Nos. 12 and 14 Clarendon Road, 1845

Figure 62e:

Nos. 12 and 14 Clarendon Road in 1970

Nos. 12 and 14 Clarendon Road, 1845

f. Nos. 1–3 consec. Kensington Park Gardens, 1849–50

Figure 62f:

Nos. 1–3 (consec.) Kensington Park Gardens in 1969

Nos. 1–3 consec. Kensington Park Gardens, 1849–50