Old London: Belgravia, Chelsea and Kensington
This volume in the Old London series has chapters on the districts in the title, plus Pimlico, Notting Hill Gate, Bayswater, Kensington Gardens and Palace, West Brompton, the Cremorne Gardens and Holland House. The history of these fashionable suburbs, since the days when Chelsea was no more than farmland, is recounted.
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