Waterloo Place

Waterloo Place, 1830. Pall Mall, London. Source: Ward, facing p. 31. In this picture, part of the Athenaeum appears at left and a tiny bit of the United Services Club at right as one looks up Lower Regent Street towards Piccadilly. Pall Mall crosses perpendicularly between the two clubs and the matching buildings with four two-story columns. All the monuments listed below, which were placed along Waterloo Place long after the date of this print, are situated to the left and right of the viewer.

Statues and Buildings in or near Present-Day Waterloo Place

Bibliography

Ward, Humphry. History of the Athenaeum, 1824-1925. London: Printed for the Club, 1926. [From the Collection of Professor Ernest Chew, National University of Singapore]


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