Plate 60

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

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. "Plate 60", in Survey of London: Volume 36, Covent Garden, (London, 1970) 60. British History Online, accessed May 28, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vol36/plate-60.

. "Plate 60", Survey of London: Volume 36, Covent Garden, (London, 1970). 60. British History Online. Web. 28 May 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vol36/plate-60.

In this section

a. No. 4 Bow Street, 1703 4. as magistrate's court in 1825 and 1881 (p. 188).

Figure 60d:

No. 4 Bow Street (Magistrate's Court).

Demolished

b. No. 4 Bow Street, 1703 4. as magistrate's court in 1825 and 1881 (p. 188).

Figure 60b:

The same.

Demolished

c. Nos. 33 and 34 Bow Street, 1831–2, as police station (p. 188).

Figure 60c:

Nos. 33–34 Bow Street (Police Station).

Demolished

d. Sir John Fielding's court at No. 4 Bow Street (p. 188).

Figure 60d:

Sir John Fielding's court at No. 4 Bow Street.

Demolished