Adam *

Adam *

Posted on 09/17/2009


Photo taken on September  6, 2009


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I am not sure what happened here! Hornton Street is in Kensington, London

6 comments - The latest ones
Dany
Dany
a harry potter-story ?
5 years ago.
sab
sab
They moved the building by 11 houses? And (depending on numbering scheme) perhaps to the other side of the street?
5 years ago.
Paul Schubert
Paul Schubert
Maybe they misunderstood the Gregorian calendar reform ?
5 years ago.
nittygritty
nittygritty
This is part of the Phillimore Kensington estate.The late-Georgian terrace on the east side of Hornton Street was demolished in 1903 and the present terrace of a block of flats and 21 houses were built in its place with postal numbers 1-43 (odd) starting from Horton Place. In 1928 the terrace was renumbered 12-54 (even) with the new numbering starting with premises to the south of Horton Place.
5 years ago.
Adam * has replied to nittygritty
Thanks, how extremely informative!
5 years ago.
sab has replied to nittygritty
Thank you for the information.
Nevertheless nice to use the same number style again. :-)
5 years ago.