Borough
Architectural period
Architectural type
Facility

We will be launching the 2021 programme at 12pm on 11 August 2021

  • 4. 17 St Dunstan's Road Hungarian Reformed Church
  • 1. Barons Court Station
  • 2. St Paul's Studios
  • 3. 2-6 Margravine Studios
  • 7. Margravine Cemetery, the former Non-Comformist chapel
  • 8. The Colton Arms
  • 9. St Andrew's Church
  • 10. St Andrew's Church sanctuary
  • 11. Studio 3, Challoner Crescent
  • 12. The Bhavan Centre
  • 13. The Famous 3 Kings Public House
  • 5. Memorial to George Broad
  • 6. Octagonal Reception House for bodies awaiting burial
  • 14. Whiteleys Repository
  • 15. 22A Avonmore Road
  • 16. 8 Avonmore Road, studio house
  • 17. Gwendwr Gardens Park

Barons Court and West Kensington self guided walk

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Meet at: Barons Court Station
place
Palliser Road, Hammermsith, W14 9EA

Travel Information

subway
Nearest tube: Barons Court
train
Nearest train: Kensington Olympia
This walk compiled by Fulham Society experts covers an area developed around the turn of the nineteenth/twentieth centuries and colonised for an eclectic mix of artistic people, commercial uses and a little known cemetery.

Design

Type
Walk/tour
Period
Historical/contemporary