Plate 96
Mews in southern Kensington.

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Hermione Hobhouse (General Editor)

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1986

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96

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'Plate 96: Mews in southern Kensington.', Survey of London: volume 42: Kensington Square to Earl's Court (1986), pp. 96. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50435 Date accessed: 24 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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a (above). Laverton Mews in 1971.


Mews in southern Kensington.

Plate 96a: Mews in southern Kensington.
Laverton Mews in 1971.

R. and T. Pargeter, builder, 1874-6 (p. 207)

b (right). Grenville Mews in 1971 (p. 181)


Mews in southern Kensington.

Plate 96b: Mews in southern Kensington.
Grenville Mews in 1971 (p. 181)

c (below). NO. 6 Colbeck Mew in1984.


Mews in southern Kensington.

Plate 96c: Mews in southern Kensington.
NO. 6 Colbeck Mew in1984.

Ernest George and Peto, architect, 1883-4 (p. 205)

d (centre right). Gaspar Mews, 1873-6, in 1984.


Mews in southern Kensington.

Plate 96d: Mews in southern Kensington.
Gaspar Mews, 1873-6, in 1984.

No. 50A Courtfield Gardens (altered probably c. 1915) on left (p. 210)

e (below right). Colbeck Mews, 1876-84, in 1984.


Mews in southern Kensington.

Plate 96e: Mews in southern Kensington.
Colbeck Mews, 1876-84, in 1984.

No. 10 (left) reconstructed, A. C. Williams, architect, 1920 (p. 210)



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