List of plates

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Hermione Hobhouse (General Editor)

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1986

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'List of plates', Survey of London: volume 42: Kensington Square to Earl's Court (1986), pp. XI-XIX. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50300 Date accessed: 28 November 2014.


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Frontispiece. Kensington Workhouse in about 1848. Watercolour reproduced by courtesy of St. Mary Abbots Hospital

1. Extract from John Rocque's A Plan of the Palace Gardens and Town of Kensington, c. 1754

2. Maps of Kensington High Street and Kensington Square district
(a) Extract from map of Kensington, published by T. Starling, 1822
(b) Extract from Edmund Daw's map of Kensington, 1879

3. Kensington High Street, aerial view looking south, 1922. Photograph copyright Aerofilms Limited (7762)

4–6. Kensington Square, exteriors. Photographs of c. 1931–9 in National Monuments Record

7. Kensington Square, exteriors
(a) No. 14 in 1931. G.L.C. photograph
(b) Nos. 18 and 19 in 1953. Photograph in National Monuments Record
(c) Nos. 36–38 in c. 1920. Photograph from University of Glasgow, House of Fraser Archives (HF 8/27/4) reproduced by courtesy of House of Fraser plc

8. Kensington Square, exteriors
(a) The Greyhound in c. 1898. Photograph in Kensington Central Library
(b) Nos. 15 and 16 in 1969. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Nos. 44 and 45 in c. 1932. Photograph in National Monuments Record

9. Convent of the Assumption, Kensington Square
(a) Bird's eye view in c. 1895. Engraving in possession of the Convent of the Assumption
(b) Front to square in c. 1910. Photograph in possession of the Convent of the Assumption
(c), (e) The chapel: interior and apse. From The Builder, 31 May 1873, p. 427
(d) Front of chapel in 1980. G.L.C. photograph

10. Nos. 11 and 12 Kensington Square
(a) No. 11, front door in 1938. Photograph by Millar and Harris (6346L) in possession of G.L.C., Historic Buildings Division
(b) No. 11, staircase in 1953. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in possession of G.L.C., Historic Buildings Division
(c) No. 12, first-floor front room in 1939. Photograph in National Monuments Record

11. Nos. 11 and 12 Kensington Square: interiors in 1953. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in possession of G.L.C., Historic Buildings Division

12. No. 17 Kensington Square: interior in 1953. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in possession of G.L.C., Historic Buildings Division

13. No. 29 Kensington Square
(a) Doorcase in 1931. G.L.C. photograph
(b) Staircase in 1979. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Drawing-room in 1939. Photograph in National Monuments Record

14. No. 36 Kensington Square: interior in 1979. G.L.C. photographs

15. No. 33 Kensington Square
(a) First-floor rooms in 1939. Photograph by Millar and Harris (6346F) in possession of G.L.C., Historic Buildings Division
(b) Ground-floor rooms in occupation of Mrs. Patrick Campbell. Photograph in National Monuments Record

16. No. 19 Kensington Square
(a), (b) Staircase and ground-floor front room in 1953. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in possession of G.L.C., Historic Buildings Division
(c) First-floor front room in 1979. G.L.C. photograph

17. No. 35 Kensington Square: interior in 1979. G.L.C. photographs

18. Kensington Square, staircases
(a) No. 7 in 1979. G.L.C. photograph
(b), (d) No. 42 in 1939. Photographs in National Monuments Record
(c) No. 41 in 1979. G.L.C. photograph

19. Kensington Square
(a) No. 26, hall in 1979. G.L.C. photograph
(b) No. 27, hall in 1966. Photograph in possession of Brigadier J. M. H. Roberts
(c) No. 17, front of stable block towards house in 1979. G.L.C. photograph

20. Young Street
(a) Looking north in c. 1868. Photograph in Kensington Central Library
(b) No. 9 in c. 1905. Photograph in possession of Messrs. Chesterton
(c) East side in c. 1906. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 199
(d) East side in 1983. G.L.C. photograph

21. Young Street in 1944. G.L.C. photographs

22. (a) No. 16 Young Street, fragment of wallpaper in 1984. G.L.C. photograph
(b) Nos. 7–13 King (now Derry) Street in 1929. Photograph in possession of the Crown Estate Office
(c) James (now Ansdell) Street in 1898. Drawing by Frank L. Emanuel in the Museum of London

23. (a) South End in c. 1909. Photograph in Kensington Central Library
(b) South End in 1980. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Nos. 18–20 (consec.) Ansdell Terrace in 1970. G.L.C. photograph

24. (a) Kensington House in c. 1760. Pen and mash draw ing in Kensington Central Library
(b) Kensington House in c. 1870. Photograph in Kensington Central Library
(c) Kensington House in c. 1763. Engraving in Kensington Central Library (first published in James Elphinstone's Education in Four Books, 1763)
(d) Colby House in c. 1870. Photograph in Kensington Central Library
(e) Kensington House in 1851. Watercolour by T. H. Shepherd in Kensington Central Library

25. Kensington House in c. 1878. Photograph in Kensing ton Central Library

26. Kensington Court, engravings
(a) Nos. 15–25 (consec). From The Building News, 7 May 1886
(b) Preliminary view of Nos. 13–20. From The Build ing News, 29 June 1883
(c) No. 1. From The Builder, 22 June 1889

27. Kensington Court
(a) No. 2. From The Builder, 27 June 1885
(b), (c) Nos. 5–9 and Nos. 26–28 in c. 1886. Photo graphs in National Monuments Record

28. Kensington Court
(a) Nos. 6–7 and 57–61 in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 577
(b) No. 7 Kensington Court, dining-room in 1938. Photograph in Kensington Central Library

29. (a) Roxburghe Mansions, Kensington Court, in 1898. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record
(b) Nos. 47–60 Cheniston Gardens in 1899. Photo graph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record
(c) Kent House, Kensington Court, in 1975. G.L.C. photograph
(d) No. 61 Kensington Court in c. 1893. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

30. Kensington High Street
(a) Nos. 1–3 in 1891. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record
(b) Nos. 55–61 (odd) in c. 1900. Photograph in Kensington Central Library
(c) No. 1, banking hall in 1892. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

31. Kensington High Street
(a), (c), (d) Nos. 7–15, 17–25 and 27–31 in 1983. G.L.C. photographs
(b) Nos. 25 and 27 in 1896. Photograph in Kensington Central Library

32. Kensington High Street between Young Street and Derry Street in c. 1865. Photographs in Kensington Central Library
(a) Former Nos. 34–40 (consec.)
(b) Market Court, Gardeners Buildings

33. Kensington High Street between Young Street and Derry Street. Photographs in Kensington Central Library
(a) Former Nos. 40–43 in c. 1865
(b) Cleared site in c. 1869

34. Kensington High Street
(a) Looking west in c. 1893. Photograph in Kensington Central Library
(b) Derry and Tom's store in 1919. Photograph in Kensington Central Library
(c) Kensington Fire Station, Ball Street and King Street, in 1904. G.L.C. photograph
(d) Barkers' premises, Young Street and Ball Street, after fire, November 1912. Photograph in Kensington Central Library

35. Kensington High Street
(a) South side looking east from Wright's Lane in 1900. Photograph in Guildhall Library
(b) Derry and Toms' store, frontage in 1929. Photo graph in possession of the Crown Estate Office
(c) Tuckers' candle factory in c. 1858. From a letter head in Kensington Central Library (Q2054)
(d) Pontings' store, projected design in 1899. From The Warehouseman and Draper, 1 July 1899
(e) The Town Hall Tavern (No. 121) in c. 1890. Photograph in Kensington Central Library

36. Kensington High Street, shops. Engraving and photo graphs in Kensington Central Library
(a) Seaman and Little's (Nos. 81–83), interior in c. 1885
(b) Barkers, food hall in 1929
(c) Barkers, terrace gardens in c. 1929
(d) Derry and Toms, sun pavilion in roof garden in c. 1938

37. Derry and Toms' store
(a) Mannequin theatre in 1933. Photograph in National Monuments Record
(b), (c) Details of frieze in 1985. G.L.C. photographs
(d) Lifts in 1933. Photograph in National Monuments Record

38. Barkers' and Derry and Toms' stores
(a) Aerial view of stores in c. 1935. Photograph in Kensington Central Library
(b) Derry and Toms, front in 1974. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Barkers, front in 1959. Photograph in Kensington Central Library

39. Barkers' and Derry and Toms' stores, details in 1985. G.L.C. photographs

40. The Terrace. Photographs of c. 1893 in Kensington Central Library

41. Scarsdale House. Photographs in Kensington Central Library
(a), (b), (d) Entrance front, garden front and drawingroom chimneypiece in c. 1893
(c) Drawing-room in 1860

42. (a) Crippled Boys' Home (Woolsthorpe House), Wright's Lane, in c. 1900. Photograph in Kensington Central Library
(b) Nos. 1–8 Scarsdale Terrace, Wright's Lane, in 1932. Photograph from University of Glasgow, House of Fraser Archives (HF8/27/4), reproduced by courtesy of House of Fraser plc
(c) Phillimore Terrace, Allen Street, in 1983. G.L.C. photograph
(d) Britannia Brewery, Allen Street, in 1928. Photo graph in Kensington Central Library

43. (a) Nos. 197–217 (odd) Kensington High Street in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 910
(b) The Princess Victoria, No. 25 Earl's Court Road, in 1983. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Nos. 11–19 (odd) Abingdon Road in 1983. G.L.C. photograph
(d), (e) Nos. 43–51 (odd) and 32–38 (even) Abingdon Road in 1970. G.L.C. photograph

44. (a) The London Tara Hotel, Scarsdale Place. From The Architects' Journal, 16 May 1973, photograph by Colin Westwood
(b) Archway in Wright's Lane in 1983. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Iverna Court, north side in 1912. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

45. South of Kensington High Street in 1983. G.L.C. photographs
(a) Inverna Court, Block 1
(b) Cheniston Gardens Studios and St. Sarkis's Church
(c) No. 38 Cheniston Gardens
(d) Nos. 5–9 (odd) Cope Place

46. (a), (c) Nos. 4–10 and 20 Prince of Wales Terrace in 1983. G.L.C. photographs
(b) Nos. 12 and 14 Prince of Wales Terrace in 1975. G.L.C. photograph
(d) Malcolm's Nursery. Watercolour in Kensington Central Library

47. (a) No. 6 De Vere Gardens in 1985. G.L.C. photo graph
(b) De Vere Hotel in 1985. G.L.C. photograph
(c) No. 24 De Vere Gardens in 1985. G.L.C. photograph
(d) Nos. 3–9 (odd) Victoria Road in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 102

48. (a) Laconia Mews, elevation. Drawing in Greater London Record Office (M.B. W. case no. 24404)
(b) De Vere Cottages in 1972. G.L.C. photograph
(c), (d) De Vere Mews in 1972 and 1980. G.L.C. photographs

49. De Vere Mews and De Vere Cottages. G.L.C. photographs
(a), (b), (d) De Vere Mews in 1972, 1973 and 1980
(c) De Vere Cottages in 1980

50. (a) Gloucester Terrace, Nos. 16–34 (even) Glouces ter Road, in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 865
(b) Nos. 8 and 9 Canning Place in c. 1970. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Nos. 36–40 (even) Gloucester Road in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 108

51. Victoria Grove. G.L.C. photographs
(a) No. 25 in 1973
(b) No. 26 in 1947
(c) Nos. 7–10 in 1947

52. Launceston Place
(a) East side in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 154
(b) Nos. 19 and 20 in 1957. G.L.C. photograph
(c) No. 22 in 1977. G.L.C. photograph

53. (a) Nos. 10–16 (even) South End Row in 1970. G.L.C. photograph
(b) The Builders' Arms and Hamston Mansions, Kensington Court Place, in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 653
(c) Nos. 6–15 Kensington Court Place in 1970. G.L.C. photograph

54. Vallotton estate. G.L.C. photographs
(a) St. Alban's Studios in 1979
(b) Albert Place in 1977

55. Vallotton estate and district in c. 1905. Postcards in Kensington Central Library
(a) Cambridge Place. Postcard no. 183
(b) Stanford Road, west side. Postcard no. 716
(c) Kensington High School for Girls, St. Alban's Grove. Postcard no. 496

56. Vallotton estate. G.L.C. photographs
(a) Nos. 3–5 (consec.) Eldon Road in 1975
(b) No. 4 St. Alban's Grove in 1975
(c) Nos. 2–4 (consec.) Albert Place in 1970

57. Eldon Road
(a) North side in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 680
(b) Nos. 17–20 in 1980. G.L.C. photograph

58. Victoria Road in 1980. G.L.C. photographs
(a) Nos. 51–59 (odd)
(b) Nos. 71–81 (odd)

59. Vallotton estate in 1980. G.L.C. photographs
(a) Kelso Place, east side
(b) No. 52 Victoria Road

60. (a) No. 6 Cottesmore Gardens in 1970. G.L.C. photograph
(b), (d) No. 35 Victoria Road, elevations in c. 1979. Photographs reproduced by permission of Ian Hessenberg
(c) St. Alban's Mansions, Kensington Court Place, in 1898. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

61. (a) No. 35 Victoria Road, staircase in c. 1979. Photo graph reproduced by permission of Ian Hessenberg
(b) No. 52 Victoria Road, fireplace in 1984. G.L.C. photograph
(c) No. 14 Cottesmore Gardens, library in c. 1908. From the photograph albums of Walter and Michael Tapper, R.I.B.A. Library

62. Cornwall Gardens
(a) Nos. 1–5 (consec.) in 1984. G.L.C. photograph
(b) Nos. 17–43 (consec.) in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 671
(c) Nos. 12–15 in 1975. G.L.C. photograph
(d) No. 82 in 1985. G.L.C. photograph

63. Cornwall House and Garden House, Cornwall Mansions, in c. 1880. Photograph in Kensington Central Library

64. Cornwall Gardens area in 1984. G.L.C. photographs
(a) No. 23A Launceston Place
(b) Gate into Cornwall Gardens enclosure
(c) Nos. 50A-G Cornwall Gardens

65. Villas on the Day estate
(a) Clareville in 1852. Drawing by T. H. Shepherd in Kensington Central Library
(b), (c) The Rosary, Old Brompton, in the 1840s. Engravings in Kensington Central Library
(d) Brompton Villa in c. 1871. From S. C. Hall, A Book of Memories, 1871, p. 268

66. Hereford Square. G.L.C. photographs
(a) Nos. 27–35 in 1960
(b) Nos. 17–19 in 1961
(c) Nos. 22–24 in 1983

67. The Day estate. G.L.C. photographs
(a) No. 5 Wetherby Place in 1985
(b) Nos. 2–14 (even) Wetherby Place in 1980
(c) Nos. 13–17 (odd) Rosary Gardens in 1983
(d) Nos. 23 and 25 Brechin Place in 1983

68. (a), (b) Rosary Gardens, interiors in c. 1888. Photo graphs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

69. (a) Wetherby Place, sketch for unexecuted studio, 1891. Drawing by E. L. Lutyens in R.I.B.A. Drawings Collection
(b) Wetherby Studios in 1984. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Nos. 142–146 (even) Old Brompton Road in 1983. G.L.C. Photograph
(d) No. 160 Gloucester Road in 1983 G.L.C. photograph

70. (a) Nos. 10–15 Grenville Place in 1963. G.L.C. photograph
(b) No. 110 Gloucester Road in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 708
(c) Nos. 90–114 (even) Cromwell Road in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 644

71. The Alexander estate. G.L.C. photographs
(a) No. in Cromwell Road and Nos. 1–14 Ashburn Gardens in 1962
(b) Nos. 103–109 (odd) Cromwell Road in 1969
(c) Nos. 120–126 (even) Gloucester Road in 1984
(d) Nos. 108–112 (even) Cromwell Road in 1983

72. Nos. 1–23 (odd) Ashburn Place. G.L.C. photographs
(a) Fronts in 1963
(b) Backs in 1970

73. (a) No. 12 Ashburn Place in c. 1890. From Ernst Wasmuth, Neubauten in Grossbritannien, [c. 1891]
(b) Ashburn Place looking north in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 760
(c) Ashburn Mews in 1904. Photograph in Kensington Central Library
(d) Nos. 5–9 (odd) Harrington Gardens in 1975. G.L.C. photograph
(e) No. 17 Ashburn Mews. From The Architect, 15 March 1884

74. (a) Bailey's Hotel, Gloucester Road, in c. 1900. Post card in Greater London Record Office, Prints and Draw ings Collection
(b) The London Penta Hotel, Cromwell Road, pre liminary scheme, 1968. From The Architects' Journal, 21 Aug. 1968
(c) The London Forum Hotel, Cromwell Road, in 1985. G.L.C. photograph

75. Nos. 20–26 (even) Harrington Gardens in 1884. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

76. Harrington Gardens, perspective drawings by Ernest George
(a) Nos. 35 and 37. R.I.B.A. Drawings Collection
(b) Nos. 39–45 (odd). Victoria and Albert Museum, Department of Prints and Drawings, reproduced by courtesy of the Board of Trustees

77. Nos. 39–45 (odd) Harrington Gardens
(a) No. 39 in 1930. G.L.C. photograph
(b) Nos. 39 and 41 in c. 1895. From H. Muthesius, Die Englische Baukunst der Gegenwart, 1900
(c), (d) Nos. 43 and 45 in c. 1890. From Ernst Wasmuth, Neubauten in Grossbritannien, c. 1891

78. No. 39 Harrington Gardens, rear in 1907. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

79. Collingham Gardens
(a) Nos. 6–8, fronts in c. 1888. Photograph in Kensing ton Central Library
(b) Nos. 5–8, rear view in c. 1890. From Ernst Wasmuth, Neubauten in Grossbritannien, c. 1891
(c) Nos. 2–4, fronts in c. 1900. Photograph in National Monuments Record

80. Collingham Gardens
(a) No. 10 in c. 1888. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record
(b) No. 12A. From The Architect, 6 June 1885
(c) Nos. 1, 4–5, 8, and 9–10, perspective sketches by Ernest George. Victoria and Albert Museum, Depart ment of Prints and Drawings, reproduced by courtesy of the Board of Trustees

81. Collingham Gardens
(a), (b), (c) Nos. n, 12, 12A, and 16–18 in 1888. Photo graphs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record
(d) Nos. 14–16 in c. 1895. From H. Muthesius, Die Englische Baukunst der Gegenwart, 1900

82. Harrington Gardens, interiors
(a) No. 24, drawing-room in c. 1890. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum photograph collection (Acc. 166–1926), reproduced by courtesy of the Board of Trustees
(b) No. 37, library in 1884. Photograph reproduced by permission of the British Library (Add. MSS. 49353 A, fol.7)

83. Harrington Gardens, interiors
(a) No. 41, drawing-room in 1884. Photograph reproduced by permission of the British Library (Add. MSS.49353B fol.5)
(b) No. 43, drawing-room in 1897. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

84. (a) No. 39 Harrington Gardens, drawing-room in 1906. Photograph in Kensington Central Library
(b) No. 39 Harrington Gardens, hall fireplace in 1979. G.L.C. photograph
(c) No. 9 Collingham Gardens, drawing-room in c. 1888. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in possession of Sir Michael Peto

85. No. 7 Collingham Gardens: interior in 1891. Photo graphs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

86. (a) Earl's Court Lodge in 1857. Oil painting in posses sion of Dr. Stephen Pasmore
(b) Earl's Court House in 1875 seen from Earl's Court Road. Photograph in Kensington Central Library
(c) Earl's Court House in 1875 seen from the rear. Photograph in the Royal College of Surgeons of England, reproduced by permission of the President and Council of the College

87. (a) No. 194 Old Brompton Road and Nos. 11–14 Bolton Gardens in 1907. Photograph in Victoria and Albert Museum (BP 1514 (c), catalogue of Linder Bequest no. 2089), reproduced by courtesy of the Board of Trustees
(b) Nos. 7–9 (consec.) Gledhow Gardens in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

88. (a) Earl's Court Road looking north from Old Brompton Road in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 683
(b) Nos. 226 and 228 Old Brompton Road in 1983. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Nos. 198 and 200 Old Brompton Road in 1983. G.L.C. photograph

89. Gunter estate in 1983–4. G.L.C. photographs
(a) No. 9 Bolton Gardens
(b) Nos. 158–174 (even) Old Brompton Road
(c) Nos. 125–129 (odd) Cromwell Road
(d) Nos. 6 and 8 Knaresborough Place

90. Gunter estate. G.L.C. photographs
(a) Nos. 18–23 (consec.) Bolton Gardens in 1980
(b) Nos. 42–50 (consec.) Courtfield Gardens in 1984
(c) No. 25 Collingham Road in 1985

91. Gunter estate. G.L.C. photographs
(a) No. 29 Ashburn Place in 1984
(b) Nos. 11 and 12 Wetherby Gardens in 1975
(c) Nos. 28 and 30 Harrington Gardens in 1985
(d) No. 46 Harrington Gardens in 1985

92. Collingham Gardens. G.L.C. photographs
(a) Nos. 28 and 29 in 1983
(b) Nos. 29 and 30 in 1984
(c) Nos. 22 and 23, porches in 1984
(d) No. 24, ironwork on staircase in 1979

93. (a) Nos. 14–22 (even) Bina Gardens, elevation. Drawing deposited in the Greater London Record Office by the Willett Estates
(b) Nos. 14 and 16 Bina Gardens in 1983. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Nos. 28 and 30 Bina Gardens, detail of porches in 1984. Photograph by Roy Bowles
(d) Nos. 47–75 (odd) Harrington Gardens in c. 1905. Postcard in Greater London Record Office, Prints and Drawings Collection

94. Gunter estate. G.L.C. photographs
(a) Nos. 28–30 (consec.) Bolton Gardens in 1983
(b) Nos. 4–12 (consec.) Bramham Gardens in 1985
(c) Nos. 18–23 (consec.) Gledhow Gardens, backs in 1984
(d) Nos. 23–25 (consec.) Wetherby Gardens in 1975

95. (a) Nos. 3 and 4 The Mansions and York Mansions, Earl's Court Road, in 1980. G.L.C. photograph
(b) Nos. 29 and 30 Bramham Gardens in 1899. Photo graph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

96. Mews in southern Kensington. G.L.C. photographs
(a) Laverton Mews in 1971
(b) Grenville Mews in 1971
(c) No. 6 Colbeck Mews in 1984
(d) Gaspar Mews and No. 50A Courtfield Gardens in 1984
(e) Colbeck Mews in 1984

97. (a) The White Hart, Earl's Court, before 1869. Photo graph in Kensington Central Library
(b), (c) No. 4 and Nos. 23 and 24 Earl's Court Gardens in 1975. G.L.C. photographs

98. Kenway Road. G.L.C. photographs
(a) Nos. 16–36 (even) in 1970
(b) Nos. 39–53 (odd) in 1980

99. (a) Nos. 10–13 (consec.) Child's Place. Drawing by Joan Bloxam in Kensington Central Library (Portfolio C (21) 39304)
(b) Nos. 4 and 5 Child's Place in 1975. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Nos. 9–13 (consec.) Child's Place in 1978. Photo graph in Kensington Central Library
(d) Nos. 18–20 (consec.) Child's Place in 1975. G.L.C. photograph
(e) Nos. 23–33 (odd) Kenway Road in 1970. G.L.C. photograph

100. Earl's Court Village. G.L.C. photographs
(a) Nos. 69 and 71 Kenway Road in 1975
(b) Nos. 11 and 12 Wallgrave Road in 1977
(c) Nos. 3 and 4 Wallgrave Terrace, Redfield Lane, in 1975
(d) Nos. 6–9 (consec.) Hogarth Place in 1983
(e) Nos. 2–8 (even) Kenway Road in 1983

101. (a) Earl's Court Road south of railway in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 681
(b) Nos. 1–13 (odd) Kenway Road. From The Builder, 14 August 1880
(c) The Courtfield Hotel, No. 187 Earl's Court Road, in 1904. Photograph in Kensington Central Library
(d) The Prince of Teck, No. 161 Earl's Court Road, in 1983. G.L.C. photograph
(e) Nos. 35 and 36 Earl's Court Gardens in 1983. G.L.C. photograph

102. Abingdon Villas and Scarsdale Villas area. G.L.C. photographs
(a) Nos. 37–45 (odd) Marloes Road in 1975
(b) Nos. 67–83 (odd) Earl's Court Road in 1973
(c) Inkerman Terrace, Allen Street, in 1975
(d) Nos. 40–52 (even) Abingdon Road in 1984

103. (a) Abingdon Road north of Scarsdale Villas in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 779
(b) Stratford Road, looking west in 1985. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Nos. 3–7 (odd) Sunningdale Gardens in 1985, G.L.C. photograph
(d) Nos. 11–23 (odd) Scarsdale Villas in 1970. G.L.C. photograph

104. (a) No. 12 Blithfield Street in 1985. G.L.C. photograph
(b) No. 3 Stratford Studios, interior in c. 1976. Photograph by Richard Einzig (LR 799 03), copyright Richard Bryant
(c) No. 8 Abingdon Villas in 1975. G.L.C. photograph
(d) Nos. 2 and 4 Scarsdale Villas in 1984. G.L.C. photograph

105. (a) No. 45 Abingdon Villas, drawing-room in 1984. Photograph copyright Laura Ashley
(b) Abingdon Court, Abingdon Villas, staircase and lift-shaft in 1984. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Abingdon Gardens, Abingdon Villas, in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 120

106. Earl's Court Farm. Photographs in Kensington Central Library

107. Edwardes estate
(a) Nos. 343–353 (odd) Kensington High Street and Earl's Terrace in c. 1900. Photograph in Kensington Central Library
(b), (c) Earl's Terrace and western lodge in 1932. G.L.C. photographs

108. Edwardes estate
(a) Leonard Place, Kensington High Street, in 1923. Photograph in Kensington Central Library
(b) Nos. 2–14 (even) Earl's Court Road in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 684
(c) Nos. 40–56 (even) Earl's Court Road in 1983. G.L.C. photograph

109. Edwardes Square
(a) East side in 1954. Photograph copyright Country Life
(b) West side in 1932. G.L.C. photograph

110. Edwardes estate. G.L.C. photographs
(a) Edwardes Square, `temple' in garden in 1980
(b) Nos. 35 and 36 Pembroke Square in 1971
(c) The Scarsdale Arms, Edwardes Square, in 1973
(d) Nos. 1 and 2 Pembroke Cottages in 1973

111. Edwardes estate. G.L.C. photographs
(a) Nos. 2–8 (even) Pembroke Road in 1975
(b) Pembroke Square, north side in 1941

112. (a) Kensington Crescent in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 264
(b) Nos. 1–9 (odd) Warwick Gardens in 1957. G.L.C. photograph

113. Edwardes estate in c. 1905. Postcards in Kensington Central Library
(a) Warwick Road, east side. Postcard no. 121
(b) Nos. 50–76 (even) Warwick Gardens. Postcard no. 201
(c) Nos. 20–46 (even) Warwick Gardens. Postcard no. 378

114. (a) Nos. 31–34 Pembroke Gardens and 41A and 41B Warwick Gardens in 1974. G.L.C. photograph
(b) Nos. 24 and 25 Pembroke Gardens in 1978. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Nos. 1–3 and 3A Pembroke Gardens in c. 1970. Photograph in possession of G.L.C., Historic Buildings Division

115. (a) Fenelon Place in 1954. Photograph by S. Simons in possession of G.L.C, Historic Buildings Division
(b) Warwick Mansions, Cromwell Crescent, in 1975. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Lock-keeper's cottage, West Cromwell Road, in 1974. G.L.C. photograph
(d), (e) Central Depot, Warwick Road, and Chesterton Square in 1979. Photographs by Martin Charles (B and D 040979), copyright Arup Associates

116. (a) Garden Lodge, Logan Place, in 1973. G.L.C. photograph
(b) No. 226 Cromwell Road in 1983. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Nos. 188–224 (even) Cromwell Road in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 597

117. No. 192 Cromwell Road, site and house plans and perspective view in 1908. From sale particulars in Kensington Central Library

118. (a) Nos. 44–72 (even) Lexham Gardens in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 134
(b) No. 173 Cromwell Road in 1983. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Nos. 161–165 (odd) Cromwell Road in 1983. G.L.C. photograph

119. Lexham Gardens
(a) Nos. 94–146 (even) in 1980. G.L.C. photograph
(b) No. 55 in 1975. G.L.C. photograph
(c) No. 32, drawing-room in 1907. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

120. (a), (b) Nos. 1 and 3 Lexham Walk. From The Studio, vol. 54, 1912, p. 312; vol. 57, 1913, p. 123

121. (a) Golly's Garage, Earl's Court Road, in c. 1938. Photograph by Sydney Newberyfrom the Architectural Press Library
(b) Longridge Road in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensing ton Central Library, no. 142
(c) Nevern Square, north side in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 927

122. Nevern Square
(a) View of c. 1880 showing projected design for square. Engraving in Kensington Central Library (K5307/B)
(b) Nevern Mansions in 1899. Photograph by Bed ford Lemere in National Monuments Record

123. (a) Philbeach Gardens in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library (01885(b)
(b) Nos. 59–63 (consec.) Philbeach Gardens in 1980. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Langham Mansions, Earl's Court Square, in 1980. G.L.C. photograph

124. Earl's Court Square
(a) North side in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 685
(b) Nos. 25–31 (odd) in 1980. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Nos. 8 and 10 in 1985. G.L.C. photograph
(d) No. 17 in 1985. G.L.C. photograph

125. Earl's Court Square
(a) No. 16, interior in 1979. Photograph by John Arthur Studios (R1372/10)
(b) Nos. 34 and 36 in 1975. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Nos. 46 and 48 in 1975. G.L.C. photograph

126. (a) Nos. 2–8 (even) Templeton Place in 1985. G.L.C. photograph
(b) Brompton Restaurant, Earl's Court Road, interior in 1913. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record
(c) No. 1 Earl's Court Square and Nos. 292–294 (even) Earl's Court Road in 1983. G.L.C. photograph

127. (a) The Boltons public house, Earl's Court Road, in 1975. G.L.C. photograph
(b) Richmond Road (now part of Old Brompton Road) in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 741
(c) Eardley Crescent in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensing ton Central Library, no. 687

128. (a) Nos. 35–41 (consec.) Emperor's Gate in 1980. G.L.C. photograph
(b) No. 6 Grenville Place, drawing-room in c. 1885. Painting in possession of Mrs. Belinda Norman-Butler

129. Grenville Place and Emperor's Gate. G.L.C. photographs
(a) Nos. 5–7 (consec.) Grenville Place in 1984
(b) Nos. 35 and 36 Emperor's Gate in 1975
(c) No. 9 Emperor's Gate in 1984
(d) Nos. 26–34 (consec.) Emperor's Gate in 1980

130. Construction of the Metropolitan and District rail ways, c. 1867. Photographs in possession of London Regional Transport
(a) Near Stanford Road. Photograph no. 17428
(b) Near High Street Kensington Station. Photo graph no. 3270/31

131. Stations on Metropolitan and District railways, c. 1868. Photographs in Kensington Central Library
(a) Gloucester Road Station nearing completion
(b) High Street Kensington Station

132. Earl's Court Station. Photographs in possession of London Regional Transport
(a) Front to Earl's Court Road in 1878. Photograph no. H1953
(b) Interior in c. 1880. Photograph no. H19448
(c) Front to Earl's Court Road in 1916. Photograph no. 026727

133. (a) Earl's Court Station, Warwick Road entrance in c. 1907. Photograph in Greater London Record Office (Acc. 1297, MDR4/15, p. 14a)
(b) Earl's Court Station, Warwick Road entrance in 1937. Photograph in possession of London Regional Transport, no. 024802
(c) West Brompton Station, entrance in c. 1907. Photograph in Greater London Record Office (Ace. 1297, MDR4/15, p. 15)

134. Cromwell Curve and concrete bridge. Photographs in possession of London Regional Transport
(a) Looking east in c. 1867. Photograph no. 3270/58
(b) Looking east in c. 1869. Photograph no. 3270/4/
(c) Looking north-west in c. 1867. Photograph no. 3270/50

135. Earl's Court Exhibition
(a) American Exhibition in 1887. Engraving from The Illustrated London News, 16 April 1887
(b) Empress Theatre, interior in c. 1915. Photograph in Fulham Library, reproduced by permission of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham Libraries Service

136. Earl's Court Exhibition
(a) Exhibition grounds in 1903. Photograph in posses sion of Earl's Court Exhibition Centre (PH/E/3)
(b) Front of exhibition building in 1937. From The Architects' Journal, 10 June 1937

137. St. Mary Abbots Hospital
(a) Kensington Union Workhouse c. 1880, showing main front. Photograph in Kensington Central Library (K69/457)
(b) Workhouse of St. Margaret and St. John, schoolhouse and entrance from Marloes Road, c. 1880. Photograph in Kensington Central Library, 141.

138. St. Mary Abbots Hospital
(a) Kensington Infirmary building of 1871, c. 1900, entrance from Marloes Road. Photograph in Kensing ton Central Library (K69/463)
(b) Chapel of St. Elizabeth, c. 1880. Photograph in Kensington Central Library (K64/433)
(c) Mortuary: Della-Robbia plaque in 1985. G.L.C. photograph
(d) Font in chapel. Working drawing by A. W. Blomfield. R.I.B.A. Drawings Collection (U17/3)

139. St. Mary Abbots Hospital. G.L.C. photographs
(a) Former Infirmary of Westminster Workhouse of 1853, in 1984
(b) Kensington Infirmary Administration Block of 1893, in 1984
(c) Sterilising equipment in Operating Theatre suite in 1935
(d) Ward in C Block about 1935

140. (a) Christ Church, Victoria Road, proposed church by W. B. Moffatt, c. 1850. Engraving in Kensington Central Library
(b) St. Philip's Church, Earl's Court Road, exterior in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 8
(c), (d) Christ Church, Victoria Road, exterior and chancel in 1979. G.L.C. photographs

141. St. Stephen's Church, Gloucester Road
(a) Exterior in 1965. Photograph in National Monuments Record
(b) Interior perspective. From The Builder, 8 Sept. 1866
(c) Exterior, perspective with proposed tower. From The Builder, 5 March 1864

142. St. Jude's Church, Courtfield Gardens
(a) Exterior perspective. From The Builder, 9 July 1870
(b) Exterior in 1965. Photograph in National Monuments Record
(c) Pulpit in 1969. Photograph in National Monuments Record
(d) Interior in c. 1871. Engraving from W. Pepperell, The Church Index, [1872]

143. (a), (c) St. Matthias's Church, Warwick Road, exterior and interior in 1958. G.L.C. photographs
(b) St. Matthias's Church, Warwick Road, chancel in c. 1905. Photograph in possession of the Council for the Care of Churches
(d) St. Patrick's Church, Kenway Road, perspective of proposed exterior. From The Building News, 27 June 1873

144. (a) Christ Church, Victoria Road, pulpit in 1979. G.L.C. photograph
(b) St. Philip's Church, Earl's Court Road, pulpit in 1979. G.L.C. photograph
(c) St. Stephen's Church, Gloucester Road, reredos in 1965. Photograph in National Monuments Record
(d) St. Philip's Church, Earl's Court Road, reredos in c. 1914. Photograph in album at the church

145. St. Cuthbert's Church, Philbeach Gardens
(a), (b) Exterior views in 1965. Photographs in National Monuments Record
(c) Interior looking west in c. 1908. Photograph in possession of the Council for the Care of Churches

146. St. Cuthbert's Church, Philbeach Gardens
(a), (b) Interiors looking east in c. 1893 and 1965. Photographs in National Monuments Record
(c) North side of chancel in 1979. G.L.C. photograph

147. St. Cuthbert's Church, Philbeach Gardens
(a), (d) Pulpit and reredos in 1965. Photographs in National Monuments Record
(b) Sedilia in 1979. G.L.C. photograph
(c) Drawing of reredos, c. 1910. R.I.B.A. Drawings Collection

148. St. Cuthbert's Church, Philbeach Gardens
(a) Lady Chapel in c. 1930. Photograph in National Monuments Record
(b) Lectern in 1965. Photograph in National Monuments Record
(c), (d) Sanctuary rail and royal arms in 1979. G.L.C. photographs

149. Our Lady of Victories Church, Kensington High Street
(a) Exterior. From The Builder, 11 July 1868
(b) Entrance porch in c. 1930. Photograph in Kensington Central Library
(c) Interior in c. 1905. Postcard in Greater London Record Office, Prints and Drawings Collection

150. (a) Bell-tower, church of St. Nshan, monastery of St. Haghpat, Armenia. Photograph in possession of Mewès and Davis
(b) St. Sarkis's Armenian Church, view in c. 1924. Photograph in possession of Mewes and Davis
(c) St. Sarkis's Armenian Church, interior in 1972. G.L.C. photograph
(d) Elevation of proposed church of St. Sarkis, 1921. Drawing in possession of Mewes and Davis

151. (a) Kensington Chapel, Allen Street, exterior in 1957. G.L.C. photograph
(b) Presbyterian Chapel, Emperor's Gate, exterior in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 24
(c) Kensington Chapel, interior in c. 1905. Postcard in Kensington Central Library, no. 16
(d) Wesleyan Chapel, Warwick Gardens, exterior in c. 1871. From W. Pepperell, The Church Index, 1872
(e) St. Mark's Coptic Orthodox Church, Allen Street, exterior in 1984. G.L.C. photograph

152. The Great Wheel, Earl's Court Exhibition (a) In c. 1905. Photograph in Kensington Central Library
(b), (c) In the process of dismantling, 1906–7. Photographs in Fulham Library, reproduced by permis sion of the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham Libraries Service



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