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Albert Hall Mansions as planned by Driver and Rew on the Hankey system, elevated by Richard Norman Shaw, 1877 Image source Paul Latham, Context 145, published by The Institute of Historic Building Conservation in July 2016. http://ihbconline.co.uk/context/145/index.html#28
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