Plate 32: LONDON PAVILION SITE

Survey of London: Volumes 31 and 32, St James Westminster, Part 2. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1963.

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'Plate 32: LONDON PAVILION SITE', in Survey of London: Volumes 31 and 32, St James Westminster, Part 2, ed. F H W Sheppard( London, 1963), British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vols31-2/pt2/plate-32 [accessed 19 July 2024].

'Plate 32: LONDON PAVILION SITE', in Survey of London: Volumes 31 and 32, St James Westminster, Part 2. Edited by F H W Sheppard( London, 1963), British History Online, accessed July 19, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vols31-2/pt2/plate-32.

"Plate 32: LONDON PAVILION SITE". Survey of London: Volumes 31 and 32, St James Westminster, Part 2. Ed. F H W Sheppard(London, 1963), , British History Online. Web. 19 July 2024. https://www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vols31-2/pt2/plate-32.

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London Pavilion Site

a. Weeks's Museum (later London Pavilion), Tichborne Street.

Figure 32c:

Weeks's Museum (later London Pavilion), Tichborne Street.

James or Samuel Wyatt, architect (p. 54).Demolished

b. London Pavilion before rebuilding (pp. 55–6).

Figure 32b:

London Pavilion before rebuilding (pp. 55–6).

Demolished

c. London Pavilion, Shaftesbury Avenue elevation, 1885.

Figure 32c:

London Pavilion, Shaftesbury Avenue elevation, 1885.

R. J. Worley, architect (p. 81)