Plate 45

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

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The Piazza, north side

a. Bedford Chambers (1877–9, H. Clutton, architect, p. 85) and Tavistock Hotel (1860-8, C. Sewell, architect, p. 88. Demolished) in 1921

Figure 45a:

The Piazza, north side

Bedford Chambers (1877–9, H. Clutton, architect, p. 85) and Tavistock Hotel (1860-8, C. Sewell, architect, p. 88. Demolished) in 1921

b. Portico walk of Bedford Chambers in 1921

Figure 45b:

The Piazza, north side

Portico walk of Bedford Chambers in 1921

c. Vault beneath portico walk of Tavistock Hotel exposed in 1933

Figure 45c:

The Piazza, north side

Vault beneath portico walk of Tavistock Hotel exposed in 1933