Plate 54: Upper Brook 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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Upper Brook Street

a. No. 36, and front entrance of No. 35, in 1974.

Figure 54a:

Upper Brook Street

No. 36, and front entrance of No. 35, in 1974.

Anthony Cross, mason, building lessee, 1737 (p. 213)

b. No. 36, and front entrance of No. 35, in 1974.

Figure 54b:

Upper Brook Street

No. 36, and front entrance of No. 35, in 1974.

Anthony Cross, mason, building lessee, 1737 (p. 213)

c (left). Nos. 41 (right) and 42 in March 1914.

Figure 54d:

Upper Brook Street

(left). Nos. 41 (right) and 42 in March 1914.

R. S. Wornum architect of No. 41, 1906–7 (p. 217). No. 42 demolished

d (above). Nos. 47–53 (consec., right to left) in 1979 (pp. 218–9)

Figure 54d:

Upper Brook Street

(above). Nos. 47–53 (consec., right to left) in 1979 (pp. 218–9)