Storey's Gate Lodge in Birdcage Walk
Storey's Gate Lodge in Birdcage Walk
Record No
127602
Title
Storey's Gate Lodge in Birdcage Walk
Description
View of side elevation of Grade II listed Storey's Gate Lodge at Birdcage Walk, Westminster. Birdcage Walk gets its name from the site of James I's aviary. Storey's Gate Lodge is the lodge for St James's Park built c1840 in a plain neo-classical style. With plane trees are in the park behind and fenced in with a low railing. Government Cabinet Offices behind.
Date of execution
1977
Section
London Metropolitan Archives
Collection
LCC Photograph Library
Medium
photograph
Catalogue No
SC_PHL_01_444_77_2041
London picture map location
Exact
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