Grosvenor Park, Walworth, Southwark, c. 1930


Grosvenor Park was a handsome tree-lined square of the early Victorian period.

Initially the centre of the square remained unbuilt, but it was infilled by houses and a church, All Souls (of 1869).

Within 30 years of its construction much of the surrounding area had gone downmarket, in particular the Sultan Street area just to the south.

See historic maps of Walworth