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Plate 74

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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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a (left). Royal School of Mines, 1909–13, in 1972. Sir Aston Webb, architect (p. 245).

Figure 74a:

Royal School of Mines, exterior in 1972.

a (left). Royal School of Mines, 1909–13, in 1972. Sir Aston Webb, architect (p. 245).

b (right). Solar physics observatory (foreground) from east in c. 1906–9 (p. 243 note).

Figure 74c:

Solar physics observatory, etc. in c. 1902–14.

Solar physics observatory (foreground) from east in c. 1906–9 (p. 243 note).

The range in the centre of the view is the Southern Gallery formerly bounding the Horticultural garden, and the flat-roofed structure left of centre is the "spirit building" of the Natural History Museum

c. Solar physics observatory: spectroheliograph, with Queen's Gate and Queen's Place beyond, in c. 1902–14 (p. 243 note)

Figure 74c:

Solar physics observatory, etc. in c. 1902–14.

Solar physics observatory: spectroheliograph, with Queen's Gate and Queen's Place beyond, in c. 1902–14 (p. 243 note)