King's Road in 2006

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Modern King's Road showing the Cadogan Arms pub

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King's Road in 2006

The King's Road, Chelsea is one of the most famous thoroughfares in London. This photograph was taken at the junction with Old Church Street in 2006. The King's Road was opened to the public in 1830. Old Church Street, which runs from The Fulham Road to the River, is one of the oldest roads in the Royal Borough. The Cadogan Arms was built in 1869 on the site of the old Rose and Crown. The lower building behind the pub is probably part of the original pub. The white arrows on the road show the starting point of the Chelsea Trail.

Location of original: VM CD
Copyright: J W Rogers

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