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Plate 92

Page 92

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

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No. 25 Kensington Gore, 1873–5. S. W. Daukes architect (p. 304)

a. Cromwell Gardens, 1865–7, in 1937.

Figure 92a:

Cromwell Gardens in 1937.

Cromwell Gardens, 1865–7, in 1937.

A. Williams, architect, for J. Spicer, builder: Spicer's residence on left of b (pp. 293, 294). Demolished

b. Cromwell Gardens, 1865–7, in 1937.

Figure 92b:

Cromwell Gardens in 1937.

Cromwell Gardens, 1865–7, in 1937.

A. Williams, architect, for J. Spicer, builder: Spicer's residence on left of b (pp. 293, 294). Demolished

c (above left). Exterior (left) and east side of Queen's Gate in early 20th century

Figure 92c:

No. 25 Kensington Gore and east side of Queen's Gate.

Exterior (left) and east side of Queen's Gate in early 20th century

d (above). Dining-room in 1972.

Figure 92d:

No. 25 Kensington Gore, interiors in 1972.

Dining-room in 1972.

Woodwork by Messrs. Gillow c. 1878

e (left). Staircase in 1972

Figure 92e:

No. 25 Kensington Gore, interiors in 1972.

Staircase in 1972