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Plate 19: Park Lane, houses facing Hyde Park in 1927

Survey of London: Volume 39, the Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 1 (General History). Originally published by London County Council, London, 1977.

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Park Lane, Houses Facing Hyde Park in 1927

a. Nos. 93-99 (consec.).

Figure 19a: Park Lane, houses facing Hyde Park in 1927. Nos. 93-99 (consec.).

The houses are numbered from right to left, and mostly date from the 1820's, with later additions

b. Nos. 26-31 (consec.) Dunraven Street, backs facing the park.

Figure 19b: Park Lane, houses facing Hyde Park in 1927. Nos. 26-31 (consec.) Dunraven Street, backs facing the park.

Mid-Georgian houses with later additions, numbering from left to right. All demolished

c. No. 138 Park Lane (left) and Nos. 20-22 (consec.) Dunraven Street, backs facing the park.

Figure 19c: Park Lane, houses facing Hyde Park in 1927. No. 138 Park Lane (left) and Nos. 20-22 (consec.) Dunraven Street, backs facing the park.

Mostly mid-Georgian houses with later additions. No. 138 Park Lane rebuilt by John Elger in 1831-2; No. 22 Dunraven Street (right) altered by (Sir) John Soane, 1801