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Plate 68: Chepstow Villas area

Page 68

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

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CHEPSTOW VILLAS ARES

a. No. 21 Dawson Place, 1850. W. Radford, builder (p. 263)

Figure 68a:

No. 21 Dawson Place in 1971

No. 21 Dawson Place, 1850. W. Radford, builder (p. 263)

b. Nos. 2 and 4 Chepstow Villas, 1846. W. Reynolds, builder (p. 263)

Figure 68b:

Nos. 2 and 4 Chepstow Villas in 1971

Nos. 2 and 4 Chepstow Villas, 1846. W. Reynolds, builder (p. 263)

c. Nos. 1–11 odd Chepstow Villas, 1847–9. G. Passmore, builder (p. 272)

Figure 68c:

Nos. 1–11 (odd) Chepstow Villas in 1971

Nos. 1–11 odd Chepstow Villas, 1847–9. G. Passmore, builder (p. 272)

d. Nos. 2–18 even Pembridge Gardens, 1857–9. W. and F. Radford, builders (p. 263)

Figure 68d:

Nos. 2–18 (even) Pembridge Gardens in 1970

Nos. 2–18 even Pembridge Gardens, 1857–9. W. and F. Radford, builders (p. 263)