List of plates

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English Heritage

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

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1956

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'List of plates', Survey of London: volume 26: Lambeth: Southern area (1956), pp. IX-XII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=49750 Date accessed: 21 September 2014.


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(Unless otherwise stated all the Plates are photographs whose copyright belongs to the Country Council)

Frontispiece. Norwood Cemetery and St. Luke's Church, c. 1840. Reproduced by permission of the Vicar from a lithograph in St. Luke's Church

1. (a) Old Vauxhall Bridge. From an engraving in the Guildhall Library
(b) Vauxhall Bridge

2. St. Mark's Church, Kennington, longitudinal section and ground-floor plan. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans

3. St. Luke's Church, West Norwood, longitudinal section and ground-floor plan. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans

4. (a) St. Mark's Church, Kennington, north-west elevation. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans
(b) St. Luke's Church, West Norwood, north elevation. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans

5. (a) St. Matthew's Church, Brixton, east elevation. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans
(b) St. Matthew's Church, Brixton, west elevation. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans

6. St. Matthew's Church, Brixton, longitudinal section and cross section looking east. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans

7. St. Matthew's Church, Brixton, ground-floor plan and gallery plan. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans

8. St. Matthew's Church, Brixton, south elevation and cross section looking west. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans

9. St. Matthew's Church, Brixton, details. Measured drawings by F. A. Evans

10. (a) St. Luke's Church, West Norwood, north front. Photograph, National Buildings Record
(b) St. Luke's Church, West Norwood, interior. Photograph, National Buildings Record

11. (a) St. Mark's Church, Kennington, north-west front.
(b) St. Matthew's Church, Brixton, south-east view. Photograph, National Buildings Record..

12. (a) St. Matthew's Church, Brixton, west front Photograph, National Buildings Record
(b) St. Matthew's Church, Brixton, interior looking east. Photograph, National Buildings Record

13. (a) Stockwell Chapel. From a water-colour drawing by Yates, 1826, in the Minet Public Library
(b) St. Andrew's Church, Stockwell Green
(c) South Lambeth Chapel. From a water-colour drawing by Yates in the Minet Public Library
(d) St. Anne's Church, South Lambeth Road.

14. (a) St. Michael's Church, Stockwell Park Road
(b) St. Matthew's Church, Denmark Hill
(c) Holy Trinity Church, Trinity Rise.
(d) Christ Church, Gipsy Hill.

15. (a) St. Saviour's Church, Herne Hill Road
(b) St. Saviour's Church, Lambert Road
(c) St. Stephen's Church, St. Stephen's Terrace.
(d) Church of St. John the Evangelist, Guernsey Grove.

16. St. John's Church, Angell Town

17. (a) Christ Church, Brixton Road, east front
(b) Christ Church, Brixton Road, interior looking west

18. Church of St. John the Divine, Vassall Road, north elevation, longitudinal section and ground-floor plan. From the original plans by G. E. Street in the possession of the Vicar.

19. (a) Church of St. John the Divine, Vassall Road, tower and spire
(b) Church of St. John the Divine, Vassall Road, interior looking east. From a photograph in the possession of the Vicar

20. (a) St. Peter's Church, Leigham Court Road, interior looking west
(b) St. Peter's Church, Leigham Court Road, exterior

21. (a) All Saints' Church, Rosendale Road, interior looking east
(b) All Saints' Church, Rosendale Road, exterior

22. (a) Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church, Trent Road, exterior
(b) Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church, Trent Road, interior looking east

23. (a) Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church, Trent Road, north transept and aisle
(b) Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church, Trent Road, reredos

24. (a) St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church, Kennington Lane, tower and north front
(b) St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church, Kennington Lane, interior looking south

25. (a) Trinity Congregational Church, St. Matthew's Road
(b) Claylands Congregational Church, Claylands Road

26. (a) Chapel Road Congregational Church
(b) Trinity Presbyterian Church, Clapham Road

27. (a) Mostyn Road Methodist Church
(b) Roupell Park Methodist Church, Norwood Road
(c) Railton Road Methodist Church
(d) Our Lady of the Rosary Roman Catholic
Church, Brixton Road; formerly Brixton Independent Church

28. (a) Church of England Mortuary Chapel, Norwood Cemetery
(b) Greek Mortuary Chapel, Norwood Cemetery

29. (a) Family vault of George Dodd, Norwood Cemetery. Sketch by F. A. Evans
(b) Family vault of Henry Tate, Norwood Cemetery. Sketch by F. A. Evans
(c) Monument to J. W. Gilbart, Norwood Cemetery. Sketch by F. A. Evans
(d) Ralli family vault, Norwood Cemetery. Sketch by F. A. Evans

30. (a) Caron's Almshouses, Wandsworth Road. From a water-colour by T. H. Shepherd in the Crace Collection, British Museum
(b) Caron's Almshouses, Fentiman Road

31. (a) Trinity Homes, Acre Lane
(b) Gresham's Almshouses, Ferndale Road

32. (a) Jewish Orphanage, West Norwood
(b) Spurgeon's Homes, Clapham Road

33. (a) Licensed Victuallers' School, Kennington Lane. From a lithograph in the Guildhall Library
(b) Imperial Court, formerly Licensed Victuallers' School, Kennington Lane

34. (a) St. Mark's Primary School, Harleyford Road
(b) St. Luke's Primary School, Elder Road
(c) St. John's Primary School, Canterbury Crescent. From an engraving in The Builder, 1853

35. (a) St. Jude's Primary School, Railton Road
(b) Kennington Manor Secondary School, Kennington Road

36. (a) Vestry Hall, Kennington Road (now occupied by the Church of England Children's Society)
(b) Lambeth Town Hall

37. (a) Treadmill, Brixton House of Correction. From an engraving in The Gentleman's Magazine, 1822, part 2.
(b) Toll-house, Kennington Common. From a water-colour drawing dated 1827, in the Guildhall Library

38. (a) No. 10 Gipsy Hill, formerly Gipsy Hill Police Station
(b) During Free Public Library, Kennington Lane

39. (a) Herne Hill Station
(b) Knight's Hill tunnel
(c) Railway bridge, Rosendale Road
(d) Railway bridge, Rosendale Road

40. (a) Plan by James Bailey for building on Kennington Oval, 1841. From a plan in the possession of the Duchy of Cornwall
(b) Part of a plan of Kennington Oval and proposed South London Waterworks, 1804, surveyed by Ralph Dodd. From a plan in the Minet Public Library

41. (a) Kennington Oval, 1858, by H. Williams. From an oil-painting in the possession of the Marylebone Cricket Club
(b) The pavilion, Kennington Oval. Photograph, copyright of Central Press Photos Ltd.

42. (a) Entrance gates formerly at No. 87 South Lambeth Road. From a water-colour drawing by J. Findlay in the Council's collection
(b) Caron Place, No. 87 South Lambeth Road. From a water-colour drawing by J. Findlay in the Council's collection
(c) Ball-room and vat-house, No. 87 South Lambeth Road
(d) Site plan. Based on the Ordnance Survey

43. (a) Windmill, Blenheim Gardens
(b) Windmill, Blenheim Gardens, plan and elevation. Measured drawings by F. H. Healey

44. (a) Caron House. From a drawing in the University Library of Utrecht, MS. no. 1198 f-153
(b) The Tradescants' house and Ashmole's house. From a water-colour drawing by. G Shepherd in the Council's collection
(c) Knight's Hill. From an engraving in the Council's collection

45. (a) St. John's Lodge, Knight's Hill, plan. From a pamphlet in the British Museum
(b) St. John's Lodge, Knight's Hill, photograph taken c. 1884. From a pamphlet in the British Museum

46. (a) Nos. 26–41 Cleaver Square
(b) Nos. 284–300 South Lambeth Road

47. (a) Grove Place, Brixton Road. From a water-colour by W. I. Taylor, 1820, in the possession of Colonel E. D. Jackson
(b) Nos. 206–220 Brixton Road

48. (a) Nos. 9–21 Cowley Road
(b) Nos. 117–131 Brixton Road
(c) Nos. 37–61 Hillyard Street

49. (a) Nos. 152–160 Brixton Road
(b) Nos. 341–361 Brixton Road
(c) Methley Street

50. (a) Nos. 114–132 Kennington Park Road
(b) Nos. 91–103 Brixton Road
(c) Nos. 194–198 Clapham Road
(d) Nos. 15–23 Albert Square

51. (a) Nos. 309–313 Brixton Road
(b) Nos. 32–38 Foxley Road
(c) Lansdowne Gardens
(d) Nos. 1–8 Stockwell Terrace

52. No. 154 Denmark Hill. Measured drawing (in part reconstructed) by Evelyn Prior

53. No. 154 Denmark Hill

54. (a) No. 152 Denmark Hill
(b) No. 150 Denmark Hill

55. (a) Nos. 171–173 Clapham Road
(b) Nos. 205–207 Brixton Road
(c) No. 112 Brixton Road
(d) No. 189 Camberwell New Road

56. (a) Nos. 27–33, 37–39 Lorn Road
(b) Nos. 2–8 Lorn Road

57. (a) No. 44 Stockwell Park Road
(b) Nos. 2–4 Stockwell Park Crescent

58. (a) No. 45 Guildford Road
(b) No. 109 Clive Road

59. (a) Nos. 155–163 Brixton Hill
(b) No. 92 Upper Tulse Hill

60. (a) Nos. 58–62 Brixton Water Lane
(b) No. 108 Upper Tulse Hill

61. (a) No. 122 Upper Tulse Hill
(b) No. 100 Upper Tulse Hill

62. (a) No. 148 Tulse Hill
(b) No. 155 Tulse Hill

63. (a) No. 107 Tulse Hill
(b) No. 157 Tulse Hill

64. Proposed lay-out for the Tulse Hill and Brockwell Estates. From a plan in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

65. (a) Brockwell (or Clarence) Lodge
(b) Brockwell Terrace. From drawings in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

66. Brockwell Hall, elevation and plan. Measured drawings by F. H. Healey

67. (a) Brockwell Hall, north view
(b) Brockwell Hall, south view

68. Doorcases
(a) No. 350 Kennington Road
(b) No. 167 Clapham Road
(c) No. 179 Brixton Road
(d) No. 121 Brixton Road

69. Doorcases
(a) No. 155 Kennington Lane. Measured drawing by Evelyn Prior
(b) No. 150 Denmark Hill. Measured drawing by F. A. Evans
(c) No. 157 Kennington Lane. Measured drawing by Evelyn Prior
(d) No. 30 Wandsworth Road, semi-circular porch. Measured drawing by Evelyn Prior

70. Keystones
(a) No. 57 South Lambeth Road
(b) No. 57 South Lambeth Road
(c) No. 57 South Lambeth Road
(d) No. 274 South Lambeth Road
(e) No. 350 Kennington Road
(f) No. 274 South Lambeth Road

71. (a) Budd memorial, St. Matthew's churchyard. Photograph, National Buildings Record
(b) Statue of Henry Fawcett, Vauxhall Park

72. Rush Common area
(a) Plan
(b) No. 95 Brixton Hill
(c) East side of Brixton Hill in 1938

73. Working class housing
(a) Prince Consort's Model Lodge, Kennington Park
(b) Peabody Buildings, Rosendale Road
(c) Nos. 23–29 Dunbar Street
(d) Houses in Milkwood Road

74 and 75. Plan of Stockwell Manor in 1773, drawn by J. Nuttal. From a map in the Minet Public Library



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