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Plate 42

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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. (left). National industrial Home for Crippled Boys, Woolsthorpe House, Wright's Lane, in c, 1900 (p. 107).

Figure 42a:

Crippled Boys' Home (Woolsthorpe House), Wright's Lane, in c. 1900.

National industrial Home for Crippled Boys, Woolsthorpe House, Wright's Lane, in c, 1900 (p. 107).

Old house to right, extension to left (1877-8) and top storey (1879) by E. C. Robins, architect Demolished

b. (above). Nos. 1-8 Scarsdale Tarrace, Wright's Lane, in 1932.

Figure 42d:

Nos. 1–8 Scarsdale Terrace, Wright's Lane, in 1932.

Nos. 1-8 Scarsdale Tarrace, Wright's Lane, in 1932.

Built in 1823-5 (pp. 102-3). Demolished.

c. (below). Nos. 7 –12 (left to right) Phillimore Terrace, Allen Street, in 1983.

Figure 42c:

Phillimore Terrace, Allen Street, in 1983.

Nos. 7 –12 (left to right) Phillimore Terrace, Allen Street, in 1983.

Built by Isaac Couchman, carpenter, in c 1841-3 (p. 114)

d. (below). Britannia Brewery, Allen Street, in 1928. Built in c. 1834 (p.114). Demolished

Figure 42d:

Britannia Brewery, Allen Street, in 1928.

Britannia Brewery, Allen Street, in 1928. Built in c. 1834 (p.114). Demolished