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Park Row, Knightsbridge, City of Westminster, Greater London Authority, 1930s. A view looking north along the east terrace of Mills's Buildings towards the terrace of houses on Park Row. These late 18th century terrace houses in Park Row (named Hyde Park Row in 1939) and Mill's Buildings survived the Second World War but were subsequently demolished when the office block Bowater House was built on the site, itself demolished in 2006. AiWire
Post Date: Nov 9, 2021 5:11 PM
TAG ID: hiphotos367911 (RM)
Credit: Charles William Prickett/Historic England Archive/Heritag AiWire/Newscom
Format: 6719 x 5043 Color JPEG
Photographer: Charles William Prickett
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