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Plate 138: PUBLIC HOUSES AND RESTAURANTS

Survey of London: Volumes 31 and 32, St James Westminster, Part 2. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1963.

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Public Houses and Restaurants

a. Nos. 73–77 (odd) Beak Street (No. 75 formerly Three Compasses) in 1960 (p. 134)

Figure 138a:

Nos. 73–77 (odd) Beak Street (No. 75 formerly Three Compasses) in 1960 (p. 134)

b. No. 33 Shaftesbury Avenue (formerly Prince Rupert), c. 1902, in 1960 (p. 77)

Figure 138b:

No. 33 Shaftesbury Avenue (formerly Prince Rupert), c. 1902, in 1960 (p. 77)

c. Scott's Restaurant, Coventry Street, 1892–4, in 1895.

Figure 138c:

Scott's Restaurant, Coventry Street, 1892–4, in 1895.

Treadwell and Martin, architects (p. 43)

d. Lyons' Corner House, Coventry Street, in 1960: (right) c. 1907, W. J. Ancell, architect: (left) 1921–3, F. J. Wills, architect (p. 43)

Figure 138d:

Lyons' Corner House, Coventry Street, in 1960: (right) c. 1907, W. J. Ancell, architect: (left) 1921–3, F. J. Wills, architect (p. 43)