View to 1 King Street building from St James's Square in London SW1.
1 King Street in September 2014.
September 21, 2014
1 King Street. This is the oldest surviving plaque in London, it was put up in 1867.
1C King Street - Napoleon III lived here in 1848.
1 King Street building.
1 King Street
1 King Street, London SW1Y 6QG
Description of 1 King Street
1 King Street is a residential building near St. James's Square in St James's, London SW1.
The earliest blue plaque to survive is on this building, to Napoleon III who lived here in 1848. The plaque was put up in 1867.
The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Piccadilly Circus Underground Station Bakerloo, Piccadilly
Pall Mall / St James's Palace - 1 min. walking / 2 metres
One of the oldest surviving plaques is on this building - Napoleon III, who lived here in 1848.
04/07/2011 23:22 by Buildington
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