Plate 47: Oxford 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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In this section

Oxford Street

a. Nos. 439–441 (centre) in 1908: Balfour and Turner, architects, 1907–8 (p. 181).

Figure 47a:

Oxford Street

Nos. 439–441 (centre) in 1908: Balfour and Turner, architects, 1907–8 (p. 181).

No. 437 on left

b. Nos. 479–483 (odd) in c. 1930: T. Chatfeild Clarke and Son, architects, 1883–4 (p. 182).

Figure 47b:

Oxford Street

Nos. 479–483 (odd) in c. 1930: T. Chatfeild Clarke and Son, architects, 1883–4 (p. 182).

Demolished

c. Hereford House on 15 August 1930: Sir Edwin Lutyens and C. S. and E. M. Joseph, architects, 1928–30 (p. 182).

Figure 47c:

Oxford Street

Hereford House on 15 August 1930: Sir Edwin Lutyens and C. S. and E. M. Joseph, architects, 1928–30 (p. 182).

Pavilion Cinema, Marble Arch (demolished) in right foreground