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Paddington 1890

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Paddington]

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66 Borough of Paddington.
Parliamentary Bills.
The following Plans, &c, of Railways, Tramways,
and Electric Lighting Schemes were deposited in
November, and considered by the Works and Legal
South Kensington and Paddington Subway.
Subway No. 1.—Total length, 1 mile, 4 furlongs,
and 2.6 chains, is proposed to commence in Alfred
Place West, in the Parish of Kensington, close to the
South Kensington Station, taking the centre of the
Exhibition Road, thence going West towards the East
side of the Royal Albert Hall, thence crossing Kensington
Road and across Kensington Gardens, entering
the boundary of the Parish of Paddington in Kensington
Gardens at about 1 mile and 2 chains from
its commencement, thence proceeding Northwards
under the Uxbridge Road, near the Grand Junction
Road, Eastwards following the centre line of the
latter road by Westbourne Terrace to Spring Street,
under the same to or about the point at which the
Metropolitan Railway crosses that Street, crossing
over the Metropolitan Railway Tunnel to form
junction with—
Subway No. 2, which passes Northwards under
Eastbourne Terrace, to the Northern wall of the
Bishop's Road Bridge Approach, to form a connection

The Vestry's powers under the 105th Section of the Metropolis Local Management Act, 1855, have been carried out in the undermentioned portions of new roads:—

Ashmore Road, from Nos. 111 & 141 to Kilburn Lane1,2766
Fernhead Road, from Trinity Chapel to the line of the South boundary wall of St. Luke's Schools8050
Mozart Street, from Bravington Road to boundary of the Parish1086
Portnall Road, from Nos. 72 & 95 to Shirland Road4069
Bravington Road, from Nos. 42 & 47 to Shirland Road5956