Plate 79

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

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'Plate 79', in Survey of London: Volume 38, South Kensington Museums Area, (London, 1975) pp. 79. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vol38/plate-79 [accessed 11 April 2024]

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a (above left). Noel House, 1804, south front in c. 1820. G. Byfield, architect (P. 15). Demolished

Figure 79a:

Noel House.

a (above left). Noel House, 1804, south front in c. 1820. G. Byfield, architect (P. 15). Demolished

b (above right). Nos. 11–25 (consec.) Kensington Gore (Nos. 11–16 in foreground, 1829) in 1958 (PP. 14–15) Nos. 11–22 demolished

Figure 79b:

Nos. 11–25 (consec.) Kensington Gore in 1958.

Nos. 11–25 (consec.) Kensington Gore (Nos. 11–16 in foreground, 1829) in 1958 (PP. 14–15) Nos. 11–22 demolished

c (right). No. 45 Hyde Park Gate, c. 1838–40, in 1970 (P. 29)

Figure 79c:

No. 45 Hyde Park Gate in 1970.

No. 45 Hyde Park Gate, c. 1838–40, in 1970 (P. 29)

d (below left). Nos.4–8, 35–38 (consec.) Hyde Park Gate in c. 1906 (PP. 266, 32). Partly demolished

Figure 79d:

Nos. 4–8, 35–38 (consec.) Hyde Park Gate in c. 1906.

Nos.4–8, 35–38 (consec.) Hyde Park Gate in c. 1906 (PP. 266, 32). Partly demolished

e (below right). Kensington toll gate in c. 1857–64: Nos. 1–8 Hyde Park Gate in background. The viewpoint is in Kensington Road where Palace Gate now joins it on the right

Figure 79e:

Kensington toll gate in c. 1857–64.

Kensington toll gate in c. 1857–64: Nos. 1–8 Hyde Park Gate in background. The viewpoint is in Kensington Road where Palace Gate now joins it on the right