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Paddington 1890

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Paddington]

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Kensington Gardens railings, and at the following
places houses are included in the limits, probably for
the situation of Passenger Stations : —
Queen's Road, at the Southern end.
East side. —3 Houses.
1 House and Private Yard, and
A Building at the rear of the Black
Lion P. H., Bayswater Road.
West side.— 3 Houses.
In Coburg Place.—4 Houses and 7 Premises in a
portion of Stanhope Terrace, Bayswater Road.
The guage of the Railway will be the standard
4 ft. 8½ in., and the motive power to be employed,
Electricity, or any mechanical power (other than
steam locomotives).
The formation of this Railway will probably affect
the following public streets.
Bayswater Road.—Footpaths, crossings, refuges,
and lamps, cab-stands, and drinking troughs.
Queen's Road.—Footpaths, road and crossing at
South end.
Vincent Place.
And all streets running at right angles to the
Bayswater Road.
Memo.— Both Railway Companies ask for the usual
power to cross, stop up, close for traffic, alter, remove,

Feet deep.

St. Petersburgh Place76
Bark Place74
Queen's Road70
Queensborough Terrace66
Porchester Terrace63
By Centre of Lancaster Gate56
East end of Lancaster Gate43
About 2 chains Eastwards of Kensington
Gardens Terrace45
About 3 chains West of Victoria Gate
Near the centre of Hyde Park Gardens63
Albion Street60
Stanhope Place, Eastern Boundary60