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A view of Radnor House, Twickenham
A view of Radnor House, TwickenhamLondon Magazine.
A View of the Earl of Radnor's House at Twickenham.
London, 1767. Sheet 125 x 205mm. A view of two villas on the Thames riverside in Twickenham, with examples of the local boats. On the right is Radnor House, which was destroyed by a Luftwaffe bomb in 1940; on the left is Cross Deep House, demolished 1906. Two local roads are still named Radnor Gardens and Cross Deep.



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