Plate 48: Royal Albert Hall

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

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ROYAL ALBERT HALL, 1867–71

a. Proposed designs by (Sir) G. Gilbert Scott, c. 1864, for chamber-block facing Kensington Gore and for south front of hall-block (p. 180)

Figure 48d:

Royal Albert Hall

Proposed designs by (Sir) G. Gilbert Scott, c. 1864, for chamber-block facing Kensington Gore and for south front of hall-block (p. 180)

b. Proposed designs by (Sir) G. Gilbert Scott, c. 1864, for chamber-block facing Kensington Gore and for south front of hall-block (p. 180)

Figure 48d:

Royal Albert Hall

Proposed designs by (Sir) G. Gilbert Scott, c. 1864, for chamber-block facing Kensington Gore and for south front of hall-block (p. 180)

c. Sketch for partelevation, probably 1866, by J. Liddell (pp. 183, 184)

Figure 48c:

Royal Albert Hall

Sketch for partelevation, probably 1866, by J. Liddell (pp. 183, 184)

d. Model of proposed design by Capt. F. Fowke, 1864 (p. 180)

Figure 48d:

Royal Albert Hall

Model of proposed design by Capt. F. Fowke, 1864 (p. 180)