Railings at 24 Hamilton Terrace

Jeanne Strang
Jeanne Strang

These ornate railings divide the front garden of 24 Hamilton Terrace from the street.

The small plaque in the centre reads as follows:

THESE RAILINGS, DESIGNED BY

ROBERT AND JAMES ADAM,

FORMED THE BALCONIES OF

—– 5 ROBERT STREET—–

AND 10 ADELPHI TERRACE

FROM 1769 to 1936

THE SIMILAR BALCONIES

FROM 6 ROBERT STREET

ARE IN THE VICTORIA & ALBERT

MUSEUM

They have survived World War 2 although many of the neighbouring railings were melted down during the war.

This page was added on 28/01/2013.

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