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COLDHARBOUR LANE, BRIXTON

Renumbering plan detail for Coldharbour Lane, Brixton (Nos 339-463 and 356-438). Subsidiary names abolished include; Atlantic Terrace, Clarewood Terrace, Frederick Place, Eagle Place, St John's Buildings, Prince of Wales Terrace. Premises include: Prince of Wales public house, Atlantic Tavern and two beer houses. Occupiers include; Sir John Goss, Dr Reynolds, George Hayman, Austin Brothers, Bell Cheshire & Co, V.Giles, J Gurney, E. Elphick, H. Morley, G.C.Martin (Halnaker Lodge), J.Kempton (Walton Lodge), R. Palmer (Phoenix Lodge), Hampton Bros and T.Sellman.From the Street Renumbering/ Renaming Files, dated 7th August 1874Ref: LBL/DCEPS/SL/1/258

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Collection:Street Renumbering Files
Image type:Drawing
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Ref:11683
Original ref:LBL/DCEPS/SL/1/258
Date:1874

1850 - 1875BRIXTON CENTRALDrawingINNS AND PUBLIC HOUSESROADS AND STREETSStreet Renumbering FilesTRANSPORT

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