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Plate 13

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Survey of London: Volume 41, Brompton. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1983.

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a. Nos. 11-29 (odd) Rutland Street (left to right) in 1982.

Figure 13a:

Nos. 11–29 (odd) Rutland Street in 1982.

Nos. 11-29 (odd) Rutland Street (left to right) in 1982.

? William Aslat, builder, c. 1830 (p. 44)

b. Cottage Place, east side in c. 1910.

Figure 13b:

Nos. 11–29 (odd) Rutland Street in 1982.

Cottage Place, east side in c. 1910.

Built under William Farlar, 1823 (p. 40)Demolished

c. Cheval Place, looking west from Montpelier Walk in 1982 (p. 39).

Figure 13c:

Nos. 11–29 (odd) Rutland Street in 1982.

Cheval Place, looking west from Montpelier Walk in 1982 (p. 39).

Brompton Square and the dome of the Oratory are in the distance

d. Nos. 3-5 (right to left) Fairholt Street in 1982.

Figure 13d:

Nos. 11–29 (odd) Rutland Street in 1982.

Nos. 3-5 (right to left) Fairholt Street in 1982.

Baillie Scott and Beresford, architects, 1925-8 (p. 39)