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Plate 14: Brompton Road

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

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Late Victorian and Edwardian Brompton Road. demolished

a. (above left). Nos. 70-74 (even) in 1903.

Figure 14a: Nos. 70–74 (even) Brompton Road in 1903. (above left). Nos. 70-74 (even) in 1903.

F. E. Williams, architect, 1896 (p. 35)

b. (center left). No. 200 Brompton Road (former London and Westminster Bank) in 1969.

Figure 14b: Nos. 70–74 (even) Brompton Road in 1903. (center left). No. 200 Brompton Road (former London and Westminster Bank) in 1969.F.W. Porter,architect,1881(p.45)

c. (above). No. 58a in 1909. Architect unknown, 1890 (p. 35).

Figure 14c: Nos. 70–74 (even) Brompton Road in 1903. (above). No. 58a in 1909. Architect unknown, 1890 (p. 35).

On left, part of Nos. 60-64 (even), R. A. Briggs, architect, 1905-6

d. (left). Knightsbridge Station at Nos. 29-31 (odd) in c. 1906.

Figure 14d: Nos. 70–74 (even) Brompton Road in 1903. (left). Knightsbridge Station at Nos. 29-31 (odd) in c. 1906.

Leslie W. Green, architect, 1903-5 (p. 13)