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Survey of London: Volume 22, Bankside (The Parishes of St. Saviour and Christchurch Southwark)

Edited by Howard Roberts and Walter H Godfrey. An account of these two parishes on the south bank of the Thames, from London Bridge to Blackfriars Bridge. It includes descriptions of Guy's Hospital, the Bankside playhouses and Borough High Street.

Survey of London. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1950.

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Plate 66: Parish of Christchurch, Surrey, surveyed by H. Gardner, 1821 66
Plate 67: Christ Church. Exterior and watchhouse 67
Plate 68: Christ Church. Old pulpit and interior 68
Plate 69: Christ Church. West and east elevations 69
Plate 70: Christ Church. South elevation 70
Plate 71: Christ Church. Section with inset drawings of the church after bomb damage 71
Plate 72: Colombo Street (formerly Collingwood Street), 1906 72
Plate 73: Hopton's Almshouses, circa 1850 and 1934 73
Plate 74: Hopton's Almshouses. Ground plan 74
Plate 75: Hopton's Almshouses. Elevations. 75
Plate 76: Hopton's Almshouses. Details of the Trustees' Committee Room 76
Plate 77: Hopton's Almshouses. Living room 77
Plate 78: No. 61 Hopton Street, 1949 78
Plate 79: Nos. 12-14 Boddy's Bridge and No. 26, Upper Ground 79
Plate 80: Falcon Glassworks and Queen's Arms Court 80
Plate 81: The British Plate Glass Warehouse and the Surrey Institution 81
Plate 82: No. 7 Blackfriars Road, 1947 82
Plate 83: No. 74 Blackfriars Road. Elevation 83
Plate 84: Nos. 75-78 and 134-39, Blackfriars Road, 1946-7 84
Plate 85: Surrey Chapel. Interior and exterior 85
Plate 86: The sign of the Dog and Pot, No. 196 Blackfriars Road 86
Plate 87: Nos. 174a and 187, Blackfriars Road. 87
Plate 88: Nos. 48, 38 and 30 Stamford Street. Elevations 88
Plate 89: Stamford Street. No. 18, and Unitarian Chapel 89
Plate 90: Nelson Square. Elevations 90
Plate 91: Balcony railings in Nelson Square 91
Plate 92: Nelson Square (east side) and Nos. 2-9, Dolben Street 92
Plate 93: London Bridge and part of Borough High Street in 1616 93