Barlow Street, Walworth, 1963


The typical pattern of Georgian and early Victorian development in inner-London was for the main part to be developed earliest, to include the largest house, and for smaller developments to infill later.

These houses, tucked away in Barlow Street, were typical in that they were built between 1820 and 1850.

This view was taken prior to their being demolished and replaced by the Barlow Estate.

See historic maps of Walworth