Lloyds Bank and shops in Westbourne Grove
Lloyds Bank and shops in Westbourne Grove
Record No
97854
Title
Lloyds Bank and shops in Westbourne Grove
Description
32-2 Westbourne Grove, Paddington, at the junction with Newton Road. On the opposite side to Lloyds Bank are signs for Lawrence's sale. Frederick Lawrence Ltd was a large furniture store that had taken over eleven shops that once belonged to William Whiteley Ltd. The Chairman of the Company was Frederick Lawrence, politician and businessman, who became known as the new king of Westbourne Grove. Pedestrians can be seen on the pavements and a zebra crossing. Parked cars and traffic are also visible. It is just possible to see Hallfield Estate in the distance.
Date of execution
1977
Section
London Metropolitan Archives
Collection
LCC Photograph Library
Medium
photograph
Catalogue No
SC_PHL_01_285_77_9746
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Exact
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