Plate 60

Survey of London: Volume 42, Kensington Square To Earl's Court. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1986.

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In this section

a. (right). No. 6 Cottesmore Gardens in 1970.

Figure 60a:

No. 6 Cottesmore Gardens in 1970.

No. 6 Cottesmore Gardens in 1970.

Charles Saunders and Son, architects, 1927 (pp. 148-9)

b. (far right). No. 35 Victoria Road, front in c. 1979.

Figure 60d:

No. 35 Victoria Road, elevations in c. 1979.

No. 35 Victoria Road, front in c. 1979.

W. K. Shirley, architect, 1897 (p. 148)

c. (left). St. Alban's Mansions, Kensington Court Place, in 1898.

Figure 60c:

St. Alban's Mansions, Kensington Court Place, in 1898.

St. Alban's Mansions, Kensington Court Place, in 1898.

Paul Hoffmann, architect, 1894 (p. 147)

d. (above). No. 35 Victoria Road, rear in c. 1979.

Figure 60d:

No. 35 Victoria Road, elevations in c. 1979.

No. 35 Victoria Road, rear in c. 1979.

W. K. Shirley, architect, 1897 (p. 148)