Plate 47

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

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The Piazza, east and south sides

a. Nos 1–3 (consec.) Little Piazza, 1769–70. Demolished

Figure 47a:

Piazza, east and south sides

Nos 1–3 (consec.) Little Piazza, 1769–70. Demolished

b. No. 4 Little Piazza and Nos. 1-5 (consec.) Tavistock Row in 1837 (p. 94). Demolished

Figure 47b:

Piazza, east and south sides

No. 4 Little Piazza and Nos. 1-5 (consec.) Tavistock Row in 1837 (p. 94). Demolished

c. The Flower Market and the Jubilee Market in 1968

Figure 47c:

Piazza, east and south sides

The Flower Market and the Jubilee Market in 1968