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Ladies Turkish Baths in Queen Square

Ladies Turkish Baths in Queen Square

Site now houses the Imperial Hotel at the junction of Guildford Street. NHNN/P/106/094. IO...

QSA/15244

Alexandra House

Alexandra House

A collection of mounted photographs illustrating the history of Queen Square, the Nationa...

QSA/15231

Laying the foundation stone of Queen Mary Wing

Laying the foundation stone of Queen Mary Wing

Nurses & crowd in Queen Square NHNN/P/118/002 Digitised by the Queen Square Library, Archi...

QSA/15230

National Pharmaceutical Union. 4 Queen Square

National Pharmaceutical Union. 4 Queen Square

NHNN/P/106/083 Digitised by the Queen Square Library, Archive and Museum National Pharm...

QSA/15229

No 3 Queen Square

No 3 Queen Square

NHNN/P/106/082. ION Med Photography 35mm File Book I Photo No 61/44 Digitised by the Quee...

QSA/15228

No 20 Queen Square,  Garden

No 20 Queen Square, Garden

NHNN/P/106/107, ION Med Photography Photo No C/29A Digitised by the Queen Square Library,...

QSA/15227

The Devil's Conduit was moved to New River Head in 1927.  During demolition work for an extension to the Imperial Hotel, Russell Square, in 1911–13, the conduit head was rescued by Charles FitzRoy Doll, the hotel's architect.

The Devil's Conduit was moved to New River Head in 1927. During demolition work for an extension to the Imperial Hotel, Russell Square, in 1911–13, the conduit head was rescued by Charles FitzRoy Doll, the hotel's architect.

Comprising upper and lower chambers, the latter barrel-vaulted and ashlar-lined, it was co...

QSA/15226

The Devil's Conduit was moved to New River Head in 1927.  During demolition work for an extension to the Imperial Hotel, Russell Square, in 1911–13, the conduit head was rescued by Charles FitzRoy Doll, the hotel's architect.

The Devil's Conduit was moved to New River Head in 1927. During demolition work for an extension to the Imperial Hotel, Russell Square, in 1911–13, the conduit head was rescued by Charles FitzRoy Doll, the hotel's architect.

Comprising upper and lower chambers, the latter barrel-vaulted and ashlar-lined, it was co...

QSA/15225

The Devil's Conduit was moved to New River Head in 1927.  During demolition work for an extension to the Imperial Hotel, Russell Square, in 1911–13, the conduit head was rescued by Charles FitzRoy Doll, the hotel's architect.

The Devil's Conduit was moved to New River Head in 1927. During demolition work for an extension to the Imperial Hotel, Russell Square, in 1911–13, the conduit head was rescued by Charles FitzRoy Doll, the hotel's architect.

Comprising upper and lower chambers, the latter barrel-vaulted and ashlar-lined, it was co...

QSA/15224

The Devil's Conduit was moved to New River Head in 1927.  During demolition work for an extension to the Imperial Hotel, Russell Square, in 1911–13, the conduit head was rescued by Charles FitzRoy Doll, the hotel's architect.

The Devil's Conduit was moved to New River Head in 1927. During demolition work for an extension to the Imperial Hotel, Russell Square, in 1911–13, the conduit head was rescued by Charles FitzRoy Doll, the hotel's architect.

Comprising upper and lower chambers, the latter barrel-vaulted and ashlar-lined, it was co...

QSA/15223

Nos 14 & 15 Queen Square

Nos 14 & 15 Queen Square

NHNN/P/106/160. ION Med Photography 35mm File Book I Photo No 61/4 Digitised by the Queen...

QSA/15221

No 2 Queen Square

No 2 Queen Square

NHNN/P/106/157. ION Med Photography 35mm File Book 1 Neg No 60/43 Digitised by the Queen...

QSA/15220

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