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Plate 47

Page 47

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

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a. Harrington Road looking east to the junction of Thurloe and Pelham Streets (site of South Kensington Station) in c. 1867, during the construction of the underground railway

Figure 47c:

Harrington Road, during construction of underground railway in c. 1867.

Harrington Road looking east to the junction of Thurloe and Pelham Streets (site of South Kensington Station) in c. 1867, during the construction of the underground railway

b. Thurloe Close in 1980. E. G. Selby, architect, 1927-30 (p. 84)

Figure 47b:

Thurloe Close in 1980.

Thurloe Close in 1980. E. G. Selby, architect, 1927-30 (p. 84)

c. Nos. 25-29 (odd) Thurloe Street in 1974 John Blore, architect, 1846-50 (p .78)

Figure 47c:

Nos. 25–29 (odd) Thurloe Street in 1974.

Nos. 25-29 (odd) Thurloe Street in 1974 John Blore, architect, 1846-50 (p .78)