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Plate 73: The Alexander estate.

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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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Alexander Estate

a. No. 12 Ashburn Place in c. 1890.

Figure 73a: No. 12 Ashburn Place in c. 1890. No. 12 Ashburn Place in c. 1890.

J. R. and W. H. Roberts, builders, 1876-8 (p. 174) Demolished

b. Ashburn Place looking north in c. 1905.

Figure 73b: Ashburn Place looking north in c. 1905. Ashburn Place looking north in c. 1905.

Nos. 16-26 (even) on right (p. 178), Nos. 2-14 (even) beyond (p. 174). All demolished

c. Ashburn Mews looking north-west in 1904 (p. 173). Demolished

Figure 73c: Ashburn Mews in 1904. Ashburn Mews looking north-west in 1904 (p. 173). Demolished

d. No. 5-9 (ood) Harrington Gardens (left to right) in 1975.

Figure 73d: Nos. 5–9 (odd) Harrington Gardens in 1975. No. 5-9 (ood) Harrington Gardens (left to right) in 1975.

J. F. Gibbs, developer, 1874-5 (p. 179)

e. No. 17 Ashburn Mews, drawing of front to Courtfield Road.

Figure 73e: No. 17 Ashburn Mews. No. 17 Ashburn Mews, drawing of front to Courtfield Road.

Arthur Cawston, architect, 1882-3 (p. 174). Demolished