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Earls Court - Boris's Biggest Blunder?

Earls Court and West Kinsington, London. Fri 21 June 2019


 Eardley Crescent

 Earl's Court exhibition centres site from Lillie Rd

 TfL workshops

 Former bridge between the two Earls Court Exhibition centres

 Empress Place

 The Lily Langtry

 Metropolitan Police Heritage Centre, Lille Rd

 Lillie Rd

 Brompton Cemetery gates

 

 Earls Court Exhibition Centre through the gates - with Empress State Building (Metropolitan Police)

 Earl's Court Station

 

 Empress State Building and cleared Earl's Court Exhibition Centre site from a rear window in Eardley Crrescent

 

 TfL Underground workshop and offices at Lillie Bridge Depot and Ashfield House.

 seen across the cleared exhibition centre site, now a dustbowl

  Ashfield House, named for Albert Stanley who became Lord Ashfield, includes West Ashfield Station used for training.

 Eardley Crescent
     
 Memorial to Emmeline Pankhurst in Brompton Cemetery

 

 
     
 Artist Duggie Fields (b.1945) lives in Earls Court and has been involved in the Earl’s Court Area Action Group

 

 

 

 

 Another picture from the Lillie Road bridge. The Overground line is the boundary between Kensington & Chelsea and Hammersmith & Fulham

 And what used to be here - Earl's Court 2 exhibtion centre

 

 

 The upper floors of these properties are empty and unused - awaiting demolition by CAPCO

 

 Former CAPCO office on Lillie Rd

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