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Survey of London: Volume 14, St Margaret, Westminster, Part III: Whitehall II

Edited by Montagu H Cox and G Topham Forrest. This volume details some of the buildings on the west side of Whitehall and Parliament Street, particularly the Treasury and Privy Council Offices, and Downing Street.

Survey of London. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1931.

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Plate 80: Treasury Buildings, elevation to Whitehall looking north-west 80
Plate 81: Treasury Buildings, elevation to Downing Street 81
Plate 82: Treasury Buildings, ground-floor plan 82
Plate 83: Treasury Buildings, first-floor plan 83
Plate 84: Treasury Buildings, second-floor plan 84
Plate 85: Treasury Buildings, third-floor plan 85
Plate 86: Treasury Buildings, sections 86
Plate 87: Treasury Buildings, ceilings 87
Plate 88: Treasury Buildings, staircases 88
Plate 89: Treasury Buildings, interior of Privy Council Chamber (Soane's design) 89
Plate 90: Treasury Buildings, Privy Council Chamber, looking east 90
Plate 91: Treasury Buildings, Privy Council Chamber, looking west 91
Plate 92: Treasury Buildings, Privy Council Board Room 92
Plate 93: Treasury Buildings, detail of ceiling in Room No. 164. 93
Plate 94: Treasury Buildings, detail of ceiling in Lord President's Room 94
Plate 95: Treasury Buildings, chimneypiece in Lord President's Room 95
Plate 96: Treasury Buildings, exterior showing bay window to Lord President's Room 96
Plate 97: Treasury Buildings, Lord President's Room, details 97
Plate 98: Treasury Buildings, details 98
Plate 99: Treasury Buildings, hall and staircase to old Dorset House 99
Plate 100: Treasury Buildings, external views 100
Plate 101: Treasury Buildings, basement corridor 101
Plate 102: Treasury Buildings, three-light Tudor window 102
Plate 103: Treasury Buildings, six-light Tudor window 103
Plate 104: Treasury Buildings, detail of six-light Tudor window 104
Plate 105: Treasury Buildings, wrought-iron gate 105
Plate 106: Plan of Crown property in Downing Street in 1749 106
Plate 107: The Treasury and houses in Downing Street, 1827 107
Plate 108: Nos. 10 and 11, Downing Street, elevation to Downing Street 108
Plate 109: No. 10, Downing Street, south and east elevations 109
Plate 110: No. 10, Downing Street, north elevation and section 110
Plate 111: No. 10, Downing Street, plan of alterations in 1781 111
Plate 112: Nos. 10, 11, and 12, Downing Street, plan of ground floor 112
Plate 113: Nos. 10, 11, and 12, Downing Street, plan of first floor 113
Plate 114: Nos. 10 and 11, Downing Street, plans of second and third floors 114
Plate 115: No. 10, Downing Street, general view from St. James's Park, looking east 115
Plate 116: No. 10, Downing Street, general view from Horse Guards Parade 116
Plate 117: No. 10, Downing Street, elevation and general view 117
Plate 118: No. 10, Downing Street, main doorway and kitchen 118
Plate 119: No. 10, Downing Street, interior views 119
Plate 120: No. 10, Downing Street, Cabinet Room 120
Plate 121: No. 10, Downing Street, Cabinet Room 121
Plate 122: No. 10, Downing Street, doors 122
Plate 123: No. 10, Downing Street, mantlepieces 123
Plate 124: No. 10, Downing Street, details 124
Plate 125: No. 10, Downing Street, detail of iron balustrading to main staircase 125
Plate 126: No. 10, Downing Street, entrance hall and drawing room 126
Plate 127: No. 10, Downing Street, mantlepieces 127
Plate 128: No. 10, Downing Street, furniture and mantlepieces 128
Plate 129: No. 10, Downing Street, breakfast room and smaller drawing room 129
Plate 130: No. 10, Downing Street, Official Dining Room 130
Plate 131: No. 10, Downing Street, Official Dining Room 131
Plate 132: Nos. 11 and 12, Downing Street, elevation and sections 132
Plate 133: No. 11, Downing Street, plans of ground, first, and second floors in 1846 133
Plate 134: No. 11, Downing Street, dining room, ground floor (1927) 134
Plate 135: No. 11, Downing Street, green room (1927) 135
Plate 136: No. 11, Downing Street, library (1927) 136
Plate 137: No. 11, Downing Street, main staircase 137
Plate 138: No. 11, Downing Street, detail of balusters 138
Plate 139: No. 11, Downing Street, drawing room (1927) 139
Plate 140: No. 11, Downing Street, dining room on first floor, 140
Plate 141: No. 12, Downing Street, west and north elevations 141
Plate 142: Western end of Downing Street in 1827 142
Plate 143: No. 14, Downing Street, mantelpiece 143
Plate 144: No. 14, Downing Street, mantelpieces 144
Plate 145: No. 14, Downing Street, mantelpieces 145
Plate 146: Three terra-cotta busts, said to have been taken from the Holbein Gate 146
Plate 147: No. 10, Downing Street, plan of premises as altered in 1732-5 147
Plate 148: No. 10, Downing Street, circa 1735, first floor plan 148
Plate 149: No. 10, Downing Street, circa 1735, first floor plan 149
Plate 150: No. 10, Downing Street, circa 1735, first floor plan 150
Plate 151: No. 10, Downing Street, circa 1735, first floor plan 151
Plate 152: No. 10, Downing Street, circa 1735, second floor plan 152
Plate 153: No. 10, Downing Street, circa 1735, second floor plan 153
Plate 154: No. 10, Downing Street, circa 1735, second floor plan 154
Plate 155: Section through new Privy Gallery and elevation of new Council Chamber 155
Plate 156: Altar-piece in Roman Catholic Chapel, Wren's design 156
Plate 157: Altar-piece in Roman Catholic Chapel, setting-out drawing 157
Plate 158: Banqueting House, view of interior 158