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Plate 52: Onslow Square and district

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

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(above) Nos. 9-31 (odd) Onslow Square (right to left) in c. 1850 shortly after completion.

Figure 52a: Onslow Square and district Nos. 9-31 (odd) Onslow Square (right to left) in c. 1850 shortly after completion.

C. J. Freake, builder (p. 108)

(above right). Nos. 1-7 (odd) Onslow Square (right to left) in 1957.

Figure 52b: Onslow Square and district Nos. 1-7 (odd) Onslow Square (right to left) in 1957.

C. J. Freake, builder 1845-6 (p. 106)

c. (left) Nos. 2-14 (even) Onslow Square (left to right) in 1967.

Figure 52c: Onslow Square and district Nos. 2-14 (even) Onslow Square (left to right) in 1967.

C. J. Freake, builder 1845-6 (p. 108)

d. (right). Cowper House, Old Brompton Road, in c. 1830 when in use as a lunatic asylum.

Figure 52d: Onslow Square and district Cowper House, Old Brompton Road, in c. 1830 when in use as a lunatic asylum.

View from south with avenue of elms to left (p. 91). Demolished