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18th Century
Green's Lane c. 1700, renamed Portobello Road after 1740.
Kensington 1741 - 1745
19th Century
Environs of London Map - 1841
(Source: Wikipedia)

Charles Booth Poverty Map 1898

Kensington Public Baths, Silchester Road
Buit in 1888, demolished in 1985
20th Century
1933 Tube Map showing junction after Latimer Road for trains to Earl's Court
Portobello Road at Junction with Talbot Road in 1950s
Rillington Place and site of
James Bartle's Western Iron Works, later RBKC Depot.
Coal Hole covers from Western Iron Works
View East on Rillington Place towards Andrew's Garage
View West into Rillington Place from St Mark's Road
with Foundry chimney. Play Street!
Rear view of 10 Rillington Place.
A body being removed from 10 Rillington Place, London,
where the bodies of three women were found.
John Christie, who lived there, was charged with their murders.
A crowd of onlookers gathered at the end of Rillington Place
as police search number 10 (centre, right, at the end of the street), 25th March 1953.
The bodies of four women were found at the house, all murdered by English serial killer John Christie (1899 - 1953).
He had moved out of number 10 earlier that month.
St Andrew's Square and Wesley Square with position of 10 Rillington Place.
Westway opened in 1970
Silchester Baths with Wesley Square under construction in 1979.
Courtesy of Local Studies Group, Central Library, RBK&C.
Entrance to RBKC Department of Works next to Methodist Church in 1977
Photograph courtesy of Sir Terry Farrell
The James Bartle Iron Foundry site became RBKC Department of Works.
21st Century
A Victorian steam train runs through Baker Streett Station, Hammersmith & City Line, in January 2013
to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the first London Underground journey.
First Class carriage from first Underground train in 1863.
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