Buildings in Cadogan Street
Buildings in Cadogan Street
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Buildings in Cadogan Street
A view of 45-59 Cadogan Street, Chelsea, seen from the corner of Halsey Street. Three-storey, yellow and red brick terrace block with stone-clad white ground floor and basement. Number 41 has a dormer. Evidence of rebuilding after bomb damage. Some small balconies on first floors and plain porticos. Corner buildings house shops. Number 45 has blocked off windows. Number 61 can be seen in the background, on the corner of Moore Street which is an Ind. Coope public house called Moore Arms that has since been converted to residential use. Iron railings and balustrades. Parked cars including Austin Minor.
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