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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 20 & 21 Queen Square

Nos 20 & 21 Queen Square

1911 NHNN/P/106/062. ION Med Photography Photo No C41 Digitised by the Queen Square Librar...

QSA/15209

Garden of number 20 Queen Square, 1908

Garden of number 20 Queen Square, 1908

1908 NHNN/P/106/037. ION Med Photography Photo No C29 Digitised by the Queen Square Libra...

QSA/15208

Nusing sisters (& Sr Buckley)

Nusing sisters (& Sr Buckley)

Possibly in the garden of no. 20 Queen Square. Digitised by the Queen Square Archive Nu...

QSA/12374

Staircase of number 20 Queen Square. 1882

Staircase of number 20 Queen Square. 1882

1882 Staircase of 20 Queen Square. From a watercolour by F Reason, 1882 Digitised by the Q...

QSA/12311

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