Plate 92

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

a. Aldford Street, north side photographed before demolition of Nos. 6–14 in 1895

Figure 92a:

Aldford Street, north side photographed before demolition of Nos. 6–14 in 1895

b. Nos. 1–3 Balfour Place (right to left) in 1894.

Figure 92b:

Nos. 1–3 Balfour Place (right to left) in 1894.

Balfour and Turner, architects, 1891–3 (p. 332)

c. Nos. 2–12 (even) Park Street in 1901.

Figure 92c:

Nos. 2–12 (even) Park Street in 1901.

A. H. Kersey, architect, 1897–1902 (p. 334).

Nos. 2–6 demolished

d. No. 8 Balfour Place (right) and Nos. 5–6 Aldford Street in 1976: Balfour and Turner, architects, 1892–7 (p. 333).

Figure 92d:

No. 8 Balfour Place (right) and Nos. 5–6 Aldford Street in 1976: Balfour and Turner, architects, 1892–7 (p. 333).

Rex Place on left and No. 53 Mount Street in distance

e. Nos. 11–15 (odd) Balfour Mews in c. 1930.

Figure 92e:

Nos. 11–15 (odd) Balfour Mews in c. 1930.

Balfour and Turner, architects, 1898–9 (p. 334)