Plate 103: No. 180 Queen's Gate, interiors in 1956.

Survey of London: Volume 38, South Kensington Museums Area. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1975.

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a. No. 180 Queen's Gate, 1883–5: drawing-room in 1956.

Figure 103a:

No. 180 Queen's Gate, interiors in 1956.

No. 180 Queen's Gate, 1883–5: drawing-room in 1956.

R. Norman Shaw, architect (p. 333). Demolished

b. No. 180 Queen's Gate, 1883–5: dinning-room in 1956.

Figure 103b:

No. 180 Queen's Gate, interiors in 1956.

No. 180 Queen's Gate, 1883–5: dinning-room in 1956.

R. Norman Shaw, architect (p. 333). Demolished

c. Nos. 108 and 110 Old Brompton Road, refaced 885–6, in 1972.

Figure 103c:

Nos. 108 and no Old Brompton Road in 1972.

Nos. 108 and 110 Old Brompton Road, refaced 885–6, in 1972.

W. Flockhart, architect (p. 24)