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Plate 83

Page 83

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

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a. No. 1A Queen's Gate and No. I Hyde Park Gate (a) and Nos. 2–4 (consec.) Hyde Park Gate (b), c. 1857, in 1974 and 1962.

Figure 83a:

No. 1a Queen's Gate and No. 1 Hyde Park Gate in 1974.

a. No. 1A Queen's Gate and No. I Hyde Park Gate (a) and Nos. 2–4 (consec.) Hyde Park Gate (b), c. 1857, in 1974 and 1962.

J. Tarring, architect, Statue of Lord Napier on left of a (pp. 266, 59 note)

b. No. 1A Queen's Gate and No. I Hyde Park Gate (a) and Nos. 2–4 (consec.) Hyde Park Gate (b), c. 1857, in 1974 and 1962.

Figure 83b:

Nos. 2–4 (consec.) Hyde Park Gate in 1962.

b. No. 1A Queen's Gate and No. I Hyde Park Gate (a) and Nos. 2–4 (consec.) Hyde Park Gate (b), c. 1857, in 1974 and 1962.

J. Tarring, architect, Statue of Lord Napier on left of a (pp. 266, 59 note)

c. Queens's Gate Mews, c. 1858, in 1972

Figure 83c:

Queen's Gate Mews in 1972.

Queens's Gate Mews, c. 1858, in 1972

d. Queen's Gate Terrace, north side, 1858–60, in 1973.

Figure 83d:

Queen's Gate Terrace, north side in 1973.

Queen's Gate Terrace, north side, 1858–60, in 1973.

W. Jackson and others, builders (pp. 268–9)

e. Queen's Gate Terrace, south side, 1856–7,in c. 1906.

Figure 83e:

Queen's Gate Terrace, south side in c. 1906.

Queen's Gate Terrace, south side, 1856–7,in c. 1906.

W. Harris, architect (pp. 271–2)