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Plate 67: The Ladbroke estate

Page 67

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

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THE LADBROKE ESTATE

a. Nos. 52–56 even Lansdowne Road, 1852—c. 1860 (p. 256)

Figure 67a:

Nos. 52–56 (even) Lansdowne Road in 1969

Nos. 52–56 even Lansdowne Road, 1852—c. 1860 (p. 256)

b. Nos. 22–34 consec. Lansdowne Crescent, 1860–2.

Figure 67b:

Nos. 22–34 (consec.) Lansdowne Crescent in 1965

Nos. 22–34 consec. Lansdowne Crescent, 1860–2.

H. Wyatt architect (p. 239)

c. Nos. 104–116 even Elgin Crescent, 1852–8 (p. 240)

Figure 67c:

Nos. 104–116 (even) Elgin Crescent in 1970

Nos. 104–116 even Elgin Crescent, 1852–8 (p. 240)

d. Nos. 84–104 even Lansdowne Road, 1852–64 (p. 239)

Figure 67d:

Nos. 84–104 (even) Lansdowne Road in 1969

Nos. 84–104 even Lansdowne Road, 1852–64 (p. 239)

e. Nos. 148–158 even Kensington Park Road, 1852 (p. 238)

Figure 67e:

Nos. 148–158 (even) Kensington Park Road from Arundel Gardens in 1971

Nos. 148–158 even Kensington Park Road, 1852 (p. 238)

f. Nos. 80–94 even Ladbroke Grove, 1861.

Figure 67f:

Nos. 80–94 (even) Ladbroke Grove in 1971

Nos. 80–94 even Ladbroke Grove, 1861.

E. Habershon, architect (p. 240)