Plate 43

Survey of London: Volume 36, Covent Garden. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1970.

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The Flower Market

a. Wellington Street front and interior, 1871–2. William Rogers, architect

Figure 43c:

The Flower Market, Wellington Street front, interior and Tavistock Street front.

Wellington Street front and interior, 1871–2. William Rogers, architect

b. Wellington Street front and interior, 1871–2. William Rogers, architect

Figure 43c:

The Flower Market, Wellington Street front, interior and Tavistock Street front.

Wellington Street front and interior, 1871–2. William Rogers, architect

c. Tavistock Street front (centre right) as built in 1884–7. Covered passage and offices (left) not executed

Figure 43c:

The Flower Market, Wellington Street front, interior and Tavistock Street front.

Tavistock Street front (centre right) as built in 1884–7. Covered passage and offices (left) not executed