Survey of London: Volume 1, Bromley-By-Bow

Describes the parish of Bromley, including the church of St. Mary, the manor houses, and the Old Palace of Bromley. The Introduction gives a detailed account of the circumstances in which the Survey was founded.

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Table of Contents

Title Page(s)
Preface iii-v
Members of the Survey Committee vii-viii
List of plates xi-xii
Introduction xiii-xxxvi
The Church of St. Mary 3-13
The Vicarage of St. Mary 14
The Manor House of the Upper Manor 15-16
Bromley Hall 17-18
The Manor House, Brunswick Road 19-20
Tudor House, St. Leonard's Street 21-23
Nos. 142 and 144, St. Leonard's Street 24
No. 135, St. Leonard's Street 25
Drapers' Almshouses, Priscilla Road 26-27
St. Andrew's Mission Church, Gurley Street 28
Good Shepherd's Mission Hall, Back Alley 29-30
House on Bromley Wharf, Three Mills Lane 31-32
The Old Palace of Bromley 33-40
Seven Stars Public House 41-42
Other buildings of interest 43-44
Nos. 122 to 128, St Leonard's Street 45
Index 47-53
Plate 1: Bromley Hall, ground floor plan 1
Plate 2: Bromley Hall, front elevation 2
Plate 3: Bromley Hall, view from north-west 3
Plate 4: Tudor House, ground- and first-floor plans 4
Plate 5: Tudor House, elevations 5
Plate 6: Tudor House, details of doorway 6
Plate 7: Tudor House, general view 7
Plate 8: Tudor House, north-east view 8
Plate 9: Tudor House, porch from south side 9
Plate 10: Tudor House, entrance door and railings 10
Plate 11: Tudor House, old gateway of Northumberland House 11
Plate 12: Tudor House, hall 12
Plate 13: Tudor House, stairs 13
Plate 14: Tudor House, kitchen fittings 14
Plate 15: Nos. 142 and 144, St. Leonard's-street, view from north-east 15
Plate 16: Nos. 142 and 144, St. Leonard's-street, view from south-east 16
Plate 17: Drapers' Almshouses, view from north-east 17
Plate 18: Drapers' Almshouses, interior details 18
Plate 19: House on Bromley Wharf, Three Mills-lane, view from south-west 19
Plate 20: The Old Palace, ground-floor plan 20
Plate 21: The Old Palace, first-floor plan 21
Plate 22: The Old Palace, section looking south 22
Plate 23: The Old Palace, State Room fireplace 23
Plate 24: The Old Palace, State Room chimneypiece 24
Plate 25: The Old Palace, State Room chimneypiece, detail 25
Plate 26: The Old Palace, State Room fireplace, detail 26
Plate 27: The Old Palace, dated stone 27
Plate 28: The Old Palace, decorative details 28
Plate 29: The Old Palace, decorative details 29
Plate 30: The Old Palace, decorative details 30
Plate 31: The Old Palace, decorative details 31
Plate 32: Nos. 2 to 18, High Street, view looking north-west 32
Plate 33: Nos. 2 to 18, High Street, view looking north-east 33
Plate 34: No. 4, High Street, east front 34
Plate 35: Nos. 62 to 90, High Street, view from north-east 35
Plate 36: Nos. 62 to 90, High Street, view looking east 36