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Plate 100: Earl's Court Village.

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Survey of London: Volume 42, Kensington Square To Earl's Court. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1986.

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a (far left). Nos. 69 (left) and 71 Kenway Road, c. 1807-10, in 1975.

Figure 100a: Earl's Court Village. Nos. 69 (left) and 71 Kenway Road, c. 1807-10, in 1975.

Ground floors altered c. 1870, No. 71 heightened and refronted 1885 (p. 221)

b (left). No. 12 Wallgrave Road in 1977 (No. 11 on right), D. Farmilo, builder, 1861 )(p. 219)

Figure 100b: Earl's Court Village. No. 12 Wallgrave Road in 1977 (No. 11 on right), D. Farmilo, builder, 1861 )(p. 219)

c (right). Nos. 3 (left) and 4 Wallgrave Terrace, Redfield Lane, in 1975.

Figure 100c: Earl's Court Village. Nos. 3 (left) and 4 Wallgrave Terrace, Redfield Lane, in 1975.

John Palmer, builder, 1860 (p. 219)

d (left). Nos. 6-9 (consec.) Hogarth Place (left to right) in 1983.

Figure 100d: Earl's Court Village. Nos. 6-9 (consec.) Hogarth Place (left to right) in 1983.

Nos. 6-8, Edward Monson, junior, posible architect, 1882-3 (p. 221)

e (right). Nos. 2-8 (even) Kenway Road (right ti left) in 1983.

Figure 100e: Earl's Court Village. Nos. 2-8 (even) Kenway Road (right ti left) in 1983.

Thomas Huggett and Thomas Hussey, builder, 1867: shops added 1880, G. Edwards, architect (pp. 220, 221)