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Plate 35: Kensington High Street

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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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Kensington High Street, South Side. Mostly demolished

a. Looking east from Write's Lane in 1900.

Figure 35a: Kensington High Street Looking east from Write's Lane in 1900.

Pontings on right (p. 91), High Street Kensington Station in centre (p. 85)

b. Derry and Toms, frontage in 1929.

Figure 35e: Kensington High Street Derry and Toms, frontage in 1929.

Turret by F. E. Williams and Cox, architects, 1914 (p. 89)

c. Candle manufactory of Francis Tucker and Company, c. 1858 (p. 81)

Figure 35c: Kensington High Street Candle manufactory of Francis Tucker and Company, c. 1858 (p. 81)

d. Pontings (Nos. 123-127 odd), proposed design by Arthur Sykes, 1899 (p. 92)

Figure 35d: Kensington High Street Pontings (Nos. 123-127 odd), proposed design by Arthur Sykes, 1899 (p. 92)

e. The Town Hall Tavern at No. 121 in c. 1890.

Figure 35e: Kensington High Street The Town Hall Tavern at No. 121 in c. 1890.

Formerly the Duke of Abercorn, built in 1868-9 (p. 85)