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Plate 2: South Kensington in the making

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Survey of London: Volume 38, South Kensington Museums Area. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1975.

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SOUTH KENSINGTON IN THE MAKING

a. Gore Land under demolition in c. 1857. looking north.

Figure 2c: South Kensington in the making Gore Land under demolition in c. 1857. looking north.

The viewpoint is now in Prince Consort Road, about opposite Holy Trinity Church

b. Royal Horticultural Society's garden being laid out on 14 May 1861, looking from what is now Prince Consort Road across Exhibition Road to Princes Gate Mews

Figure 2c: South Kensington in the making Royal Horticultural Society's garden being laid out on 14 May 1861, looking from what is now Prince Consort Road across Exhibition Road to Princes Gate Mews

c. Consultation in what is now the Victoria and Albert Museum quadrangle, c. 1864–5, between ( Sir Henry Cole (left), Captain Francis Fowke, Godfrey Sykes and ? John Liddell (right)

Figure 2c: South Kensington in the making Consultation in what is now the Victoria and Albert Museum quadrangle, c. 1864–5, between ( Sir Henry Cole (left), Captain Francis Fowke, Godfrey Sykes and ? John Liddell (right)