Plate 89: Mount 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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Mount Street

a. Nos. 104–113 (consec., right to left) in 1892: Ernest George and Peto, architects, 1886–7, 1891–2 (p. 327).

Figure 89a:

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Nos. 104–113 (consec., right to left) in 1892: Ernest George and Peto, architects, 1886–7, 1891–2 (p. 327).

Vestry Hall (demolished) on extreme right

b. Nos. 104–113 (consec., right to left) in 1892: Ernest George and Peto, architects, 1886–7, 1891–2 (p. 327).

Figure 89b:

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Nos. 104–113 (consec., right to left) in 1892: Ernest George and Peto, architects, 1886–7, 1891–2 (p. 327).

Vestry Hall (demolished) on extreme right

c. No. 114 in 1968: A.E. Purdie, architect, 1886–7 (p. 327).

Figure 89c:

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No. 114 in 1968: A.E. Purdie, architect, 1886–7 (p. 327).

Nos. 115–121 on left

d. Perspective of Nos. 1–5 (consec., right to left): Ernest George and Peto, architects, 1888–9 (p. 321).

Figure 89d:

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Perspective of Nos. 1–5 (consec., right to left): Ernest George and Peto, architects, 1888–9 (p. 321).

Nos. 1–3 demolished