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Plate 8

Page 8

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

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a. Nos. 84-120. (even) Brompton Road (right to left) in c. 1905 (pp. 36-8).

Figure 8a:

Nos. 84–120 (even) Brompton Road in c. 1905.

Nos. 84-120. (even) Brompton Road (right to left) in c. 1905 (pp. 36-8).

Mostly demolished

b. Brompton Road looking north-east towards Knightsbridge Green in c. 1905. Nos. 60-86 (even) on left, Harrods on right

Figure 8b:

Brompton Road looking towards Knightsbridge Green inc. 1905.

Brompton Road looking north-east towards Knightsbridge Green in c. 1905. Nos. 60-86 (even) on left, Harrods on right

c. (left). Nos. 1-10. Brompton Place (left to right) in 1975.

Figure 8c:

Nos. 1–10 Brompton Place in 1975.

(left). Nos. 1-10. Brompton Place (left to right) in 1975.

William Paul. plumber, building lessee, 1825-32 (p. 23)

d. Brompton Road in 1980.

Figure 8d:

Brompton Road in 1980, with Nos. 2–14 (even) Montpelier Street.

Brompton Road in 1980.

No. 130 at corner, Nos.2-14 (even) Montpelier street on left (pp. 36-8, 39-40)