St James's Park Lake
St James's Park Lake
Record No
127374
Title
St James's Park Lake
Description
A view of St James's Park Lake, Westminster, looking west towards Buckingham Palace. The small lake has two islands. Two men are rowing a boat across the lake and several empty boats are tied up at the side. One of London’s eight Royal Parks, St James's Park was redesigned in the 1820s by John Nash and is Grade I listed, listing number 1000483. The lake runs north-east/south-west across the length of the park.
Date of execution
1896
Section
London Metropolitan Archives
Collection
LCC Photograph Library
Medium
photograph
Catalogue No
SC_PHL_01_448_70_10299
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