Category Archives: /Ken-Kensington

Silchester, Roman Road to

Above: Outline map showing the route of the Roman Road to Silchester (in RED). It was joined by a second Roman road (shown in BLUE). One of the most remarkable features of today’s main roads out of London is that, … Continue reading

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Kensington Overview

Above: Outline map showing the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and the old border between the Metropolitan Borough of Kensington and the Metropolitan Borough of Chelsea (YELLW dotted line). In the days when Inner London was composed of 28 … Continue reading

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Kensington and Chelsea, London Borough of

Above: An outline map of the London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (outlined in RED). The old pre-1965 boundary between the two metropolitan boroughs is shown (coloured YELLOW). The London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea came into being in 1965, … Continue reading

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Campden Hill Square on Christmas Eve

Above: A residential house with candles to be seen at the windows. Campden Hill Square – whose spelling should not be confused with locations in Camden which is another part of London completely – is actually a rectangular piece of … Continue reading

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