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Russian Orthodox Chapel, built for Russian Embassy in Welbeck Street. Elevation to Marylebone Mews. Photograph 2015 (c)CRedgrave English Heritage

Russian Orthodox Chapel, built for Russian Embassy in Welbeck Street. Elevation to Marylebone Mews. Photograph 2015 (c)CRedgrave English Heritage

1930s art deco nine bedroom Marylebone Town House in Harley Street, London, W1G

1930s art deco nine bedroom Marylebone Town House in Harley Street, London, W1G

Not far to the east of All Saints Margaret St church is Newman Passage, Marylebone. (c) C Redgrave/English Heritage/SOL  Embedded image permalink

Not far to the east of All Saints Margaret St church is Newman Passage, Marylebone. (c) C Redgrave/English Heritage/SOL Embedded image permalink

North front of Princess's Theatre on Eastcastle Street, St Marylebone,  by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd

North front of Princess's Theatre on Eastcastle Street, St Marylebone, by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd

Old Goat and Compasses Inn, Marylebone Road,  by JT Wilson

Old Goat and Compasses Inn, Marylebone Road, by JT Wilson

Thomas Woolner's studio, Marylebone Mews photograph 2015 (c)CRedgrave English Heritage

Thomas Woolner's studio, Marylebone Mews photograph 2015 (c)CRedgrave English Heritage

Regent Street, London (b/w photo) Frith postcard, from Bridgeman Education

Regent Street, London (b/w photo) Frith postcard, from Bridgeman Education

St. Mary's Dispensary for Women and Children, 69 Seymour Place, St. Marylebone, W 1. This was started by E. Garrett Anderson in July 1866, it grew into the present Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital in Euston Road

St. Mary's Dispensary for Women and Children, 69 Seymour Place, St. Marylebone, W 1. This was started by E. Garrett Anderson in July 1866, it grew into the present Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital in Euston Road

Parish of St. Marylebone  Paroisse de Ste. Mary-le-Bone 1829  Marylebone gets its name from a church dedicated to St Mary, represented now by St Marylebone Parish Church (1817); the original church was built on the bank of a small stream or "bourne", called the Tybourne or Tyburn

Parish of St. Marylebone Paroisse de Ste. Mary-le-Bone 1829 Marylebone gets its name from a church dedicated to St Mary, represented now by St Marylebone Parish Church (1817); the original church was built on the bank of a small stream or "bourne", called the Tybourne or Tyburn

View of Marylebone High street, looking south; a man with his dog and a man riding a horse depicted very faintly on the street. 1848 British Museum, Crace Collection 1880,1113.4669, AN782270

View of Marylebone High street, looking south; a man with his dog and a man riding a horse depicted very faintly on the street. 1848 British Museum, Crace Collection 1880,1113.4669, AN782270

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