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Plate 67: Park Lane

Survey of London: Volume 40, the Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 2 (The Buildings). Originally published by London County Council, London, 1980.

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Park Lane

a. Looking south from corner with Upper Brook Street in c. 1811.

Figure 67a:

Park Lane

Looking south from corner with Upper Brook Street in c. 1811.

No. 30 Upper Brook Street and old Dudley House, left, Grosvenor Gate, right, and Duke of Gloucester's riding school in distance. All demolished

b. Looking east across the reservoir of the Chelsea Waterworks towards Grosvenor House in c. 1827.

Figure 67b:

Park Lane

Looking east across the reservoir of the Chelsea Waterworks towards Grosvenor House in c. 1827.

Waterworks engine house right of centre, and Dorchester House in distance. In front of Grosvenor House are stacked scaffold poles recently used in constructing the picture galleries. All demolished

c. Looking north from Hyde Park in 1841.

Figure 67c:

Park Lane

Looking north from Hyde Park in 1841.

Grosvenor House and Breadalbane House on right and Grosvenor Gate in distance. Partly demolished