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Description: The Embankment from Battersea Bridge to a Point Opposite the Southwestern Corner of the Royal Hospit
Date Listed: 15 April 1969
English Heritage Building ID: 203630
OS Grid Reference: TQ2730777604
OS Grid Coordinates: 527307, 177604
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4831, -0.1680
TQ 2777 NW CHELSEA EMBANKMENT SW3
TQ 2777 NE
TQ 2777 NW
15.4.69 The Embankment from
Battersea Bridge to a
point opposite the south-
western corner of The
Royal Hospital grounds
Circa 1874. Esplanade retaining wall built of granite with cast iron lamp posts
numbered up to 64 standing on the parapet having decorative feet and shafts and
starting at Battersea Bridge and continuing to a spot opposite Chelsea Royal Hospital
garden (ie on both sides of the Albert Bridge).
Listing NGR: TQ2730777604
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Source: English Heritage
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