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Plate 34: Mount Street reconstruction

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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Mount Street Reconstruction

a. Looking west in 1976, showing in foreground parts of (left) Nos. 87–102 (A. J. Bolton, architect, 1889–95) and (right) Nos. 14–26 (Read and Macdonald, architects, 1896–8)

Figure 34a:

Mount Street reconstruction

Looking west in 1976, showing in foreground parts of (left) Nos. 87–102 (A. J. Bolton, architect, 1889–95) and (right) Nos. 14–26 (Read and Macdonald, architects, 1896–8)

b. South side in 1976, showing (left) Nos. 104–113 (Ernest George and Peto, architects, 1885–92); (centre right) No. 103 (Wimperis, Simpson and Guthrie, architects, 1936–8); and (far right), Nos. 87–102 (A. J. Bolton, architect, 1889–95)

Figure 34b:

Mount Street reconstruction

South side in 1976, showing (left) Nos. 104–113 (Ernest George and Peto, architects, 1885–92); (centre right) No. 103 (Wimperis, Simpson and Guthrie, architects, 1936–8); and (far right), Nos. 87–102 (A. J. Bolton, architect, 1889–95)

c (left). Nos. 125–129 in 1968, from Carpenter Street.

Figure 34d:

Mount Street reconstruction

(left). Nos. 125–129 in 1968, from Carpenter Street.

W. H. Powell, architect, 1886–7

d (right). Nos. 4–7 Carlos Place, from south-west in c. 1897.

Figure 34d:

Mount Street reconstruction

(right). Nos. 4–7 Carlos Place, from south-west in c. 1897.

Giles, Gough and Trollope, architects, George Trollope and Sons, builders, 1891–3