The photographer's notes state: 'North Cray Place. Portion of the south wall of the kitchen garden. A bit of the above entrance on extreme right. View of the spire of North Cray church above the wall'.
The house at North Cray Place was built in 1823. In 1833 the whole estate was bought by the owner of Foots Cray Place, Lord Bexley, and his descendants owned the house until 1918. In 1944 the house was damaged during an air raid and was later demolished in 1961.
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Photographer: Street, Philip Edmund Wills
Garden Wall, Kitchen Garden
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