Buildings in Charing Cross
Buildings in Charing Cross
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Buildings in Charing Cross
A view of the front elevations of buildings at 7-13 Charing Cross, West End. The buildings vary in height but all have four storeys. The ground floor premises include a telegraph office at number 7 and The National Bank at number 9. Number 7 also includes signs for Stanford, the map publisher. To its left is an alley named Trinity Place, above which is a sign for stationers and books. A man in a bowler hat can be seen on a traffic island where four bollards protect a lamp post. Outside the bank is a two-wheeled, horse-drawn carriage. Number 8 has a clock between its first floor windows. None of the buildings still exists and later commercial developments occupy the site. This part of Charing Cross now includes 11-13 Whitehall.
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London Metropolitan Archives
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