Kew Bridge development

History of the site

 

The vacant lot Empty again

The Scottish Widows building 1950s modernism
Early 20th century A time of demolition. The site remained largely vacant from the early 1930s to 1959.

The 19th century - growth and development Thomas Layton

Public houses

Malthouse and
boathouse

Earlier history Early map of the site
The archaeological dig In early 2007

I am grateful to Debbie Radcliffe who has done brilliant and detailed research into the history of the site and who has kindly given me access to her work.



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