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Plate 101

Page 101

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

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a (above). Nos. 1-13 (odd) Kenway Road (left to right), G. Edwards, architect, 1880 (p. 222)

Figure 101a:

Earl's Court Road south of railway in c. 1905.

Nos. 1–13 (odd) Kenway Road (left to right), G. Edwards, architect, 1880 (p. 222)

b (left). Earl's Court Road looking north in c 1905.

Figure 101b:

Nos. 1–13 (odd) Kenway Road

Earl's Court Road looking north in c 1905.

Entrance to present Nos. 209–211 on right (p. 206)

c (below left). The Courtfield Hotel, No. 187 Earl,s Court Road, in 1904.

Figure 101c:

The Courtfield Hotel, No. 187 Earl's Court Road, in 1904.

The Courtfield Hotel, No. 187 Earl,s Court Road, in 1904.

E. Francis, builder, 1876 (p. 221)

d (below right). The prince of Teck public house, Earl's Court Road, in 1983.

Figure 101d:

The Prince of Teck, No. 161 Earl's Court Road, in 1983.

The prince of Teck public house, Earl's Court Road, in 1983.

e (right). Nos. 35 (left) and 36 Earl's Court Gardens in 1983. No.35, Matthew Scott, buider, 1871–3; No. 36, Henry Godwin, probable architect, 1876 (p. 224)

Figure 101e:

Nos. 35 and 36 Earl's Court Gardens in 1983.

Nos. 35 (left) and 36 Earl's Court Gardens in 1983. No.35, Matthew Scott, buider, 1871-3; No. 36, Henry Godwin, probable architect, 1876 (p. 224)

T. Huggett and T. Hussey, builder, 1868: probably embellished, G. Edwards, architect, 1880: ground-floor front 1901 (pp. 220, 220). No. 159 Earl's Court Road on left, No. 1 Kenway Road on right (pp. 220, 222)