QUEENS GARDENS AND GRAND AVENUE
An aerial photograph taken in the early 1920s. It seems evident from the layout of the gardens in Grand Avenue that the original intention was to have an inner road on the west side corresponding with that on the east.
With one exception (Downbarton, built in 1914), the west side was not developed until after the 1914-1918 War. By then the idea of having a comparable inner road had been abandoned in favour of houses with large individual front gardens.
Image Reference: JG_12_001.tif
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Size of Original: 138x88
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