Plate 19: Davies Street

Survey of London: Volume 40, the Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 2 (The Buildings). Originally published by London County Council, London, 1980.

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'Plate 19: Davies Street', in Survey of London: Volume 40, the Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 2 (The Buildings), ed. F H W Sheppard( London, 1980), British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vol40/pt2/plate-19 [accessed 14 July 2024].

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Davies Street

a. Nos. 3–7 (odd) in the 1930's F. T. Pilkington, architect, 1888–9.

Figure 19a:

Davies Street

Nos. 3–7 (odd) in the 1930's F. T. Pilkington, architect, 1888–9.

Part of Nos. 1–5 (consec.) Mount Street to left (p. 321). Demolished

b. Nos. 75–85 (odd) Davies Street and 7–9 (odd) Weighhouse Street in 1968.

Figure 19b:

Davies Street

Nos. 75–85 (odd) Davies Street and 7–9 (odd) Weighhouse Street in 1968.

C. Stanley Peach, architect, 1890–1 (p. 80). Demolished

c. No. 56, Headquarters of St. George's Rifles, in 1891.

Figure 19c:

Davies Street

No. 56, Headquarters of St. George's Rifles, in 1891.

C. H. Shoppee, architect, 1889–90 (p. 75). Destroyed

d. Grosvenor Market, looking west in 1882 (pp. 68–9).

Figure 19d:

Davies Street

Grosvenor Market, looking west in 1882 (pp. 68–9).

Demolished

e. No. 56 in 1978.

Figure 19e:

Davies Street

No. 56 in 1978.

Trenwith Wills, architect, 1950–2 (p. 75)