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Plate 7: Brompton Road in 1902

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

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Brompton Road in 1902.

All dimolished

a. (left). No. 65 from rear

Figure 7a:

Brompton Road in 1902

(left). No. 65 from rear

b. Nos 1 and 1a, at corner with Sloane Street

Figure 7b:

Brompton Road in 1902

Nos 1 and 1a, at corner with Sloane Street

c. Nos. 64 (right) and 66 (The Fulham Bridge).

Figure 7c:

Brompton Road in 1902

Nos. 64 (right) and 66 (The Fulham Bridge).

Buildings of 1777-80, variously altered (pp. 34-5)

d. (right). Nos. 48-52 (even). Developed under William Whitehead, builder, 1820-4 (p. 34)

Figure 7d:

Brompton Road in 1902

(right). Nos. 48-52 (even). Developed under William Whitehead, builder, 1820-4 (p. 34)