View of Beaufort Street
View of Beaufort Street
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View of Beaufort Street
A view looking north along Beaufort Street, Chelsea, from King's Road. A public bar on one corner, The Roebuck, built in the 1890s. A branch of National Westminster Bank on the other. A female traffic warden is seen leaning on a refuge island light and two women are pushing a trolley. The street is busy with traffic and parked cars and vans. The Roebuck is now a restaurant called Beaufort House named after the house where Sir Thomas More lived before being executed. That house was demolished by Hans Sloane in 1740.
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London Metropolitan Archives
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