Plate 71: The Norland estate

Survey of London: Volume 37, Northern Kensington. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1973.

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THE NORLAND ESTATE

a. Addison Avenue looking north, c. 1841–50 (p. 283)

Figure 071a:

Addison Avenue in 1963

Addison Avenue looking north, c. 1841–50 (p. 283)

b. Norland Square, north side, and Queensdale Road, 1842 onwards (p. 283)

Figure 071b:

Norland Square and Queensdale Road in 1970

Norland Square, north side, and Queensdale Road, 1842 onwards (p. 283)

c. Nos. 14–24 and 42–46 consec.

Figure 071c:

Nos. 14–24 (consec.) St. James's Gardens in 1954

Nos. 14–24 and 42–46 consec.

St. James's Gardens, 1850–1. J. Barnett, architect (p. 288)

d. Nos. 14–24 and 42–46 consec. St. James's Gardens, 1850–1.

Figure 071d:

Nos. 42–46 (consec.) St. James's Gardens in 1970

Nos. 14–24 and 42–46 consec.

St. James's Gardens, 1850–1. J. Barnett, architect (p. 288)