Houses in Denbigh Road
Houses in Denbigh Road
Record No
98308
Title
Houses in Denbigh Road
Description
A view along the terrace at Denbigh Road, Bromley-by-Bow, with numbers 1-8 in the foreground. The two-storey houses have small gardens to the front, enclosed by iron railings. Also visible is "Lot 1" painted on the brickwork on both the side and front elevations. Denbigh Road ran in a dogleg off Fairfield Road, connecting to a road to the south (also Denbigh Road) via an alley. The northern section today is Hartfield Terrace while the southern section is Paton Close. The middle section, where these houses stood, no longer exists and was incorporated into the site of Bow School. The school's clock tower is just visible above the roofs on the far right.
Date of execution
1912
Section
London Metropolitan Archives
Collection
LCC Photograph Library
Medium
photograph
Catalogue No
SC_PHL_01_289_4606c
London picture map location
Exact
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