Plate 54

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

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In this section

a. The Queen's Head, Charles Street, in 1823.

Figure 54d:

Queen's Head public house, Charles Street.

Demolished

b. The Russian Hotel, Bow Street, in c. 1825.

Figure 54d:

The Russian Hotel, Bow Street.

Demolished

c. No. 17 Russell Street (formerly Tom's coffee house) in 1857 (p. 192).

Figure 54d:

No. 17 Russell Street.

Demolished

d. Caledonian coffee house, Russell Street, in 1837.

Figure 54d:

Caledonian coffee house, Russell Street.

Demolished