A row of houses on Camden Street between Pratt Street and St Martinís
Close was formerly named St Stephenís Terrace. The name change to Camden
Street was introduced in July 1863. Street directories for St Pancras listed:
| Name || 1862 directory || 1864 directory || John Lovegrove || 4 St Stephenís Terrace
|| 91 Camden Street
|| Joseph Warhurst || 5 St Stephenís Terrace || 93 Camden Street
93 Camden Street is the corner house on the right Ė
four stories high and a basement.
An entrance is by stairs leading to the basement.
The first door from the right is the entrance to 91 Camden Street.
The next photo of the side of 93 Camden Street facing St Martinís Close
shows an entrance door to 93 Camden Street from St Martinís Close and the
bricked-in windows. (A purpose of bricked-in windows was to avoid the
window tax that was scrapped in 1851.)
The next two photos are views of All Saints Church opposite 93
On the right of the photo below is the side of
93 Camden Street facing St Martinís Close.
The church was built for the Church of England and in 1948 became
Greek Orthodox to serve the large Greek speaking community of post
World War II Camden Town.
Photographs taken 17 August 2010.
Notes: Street history was researched at the Camden
Local Studies and Archives Centre, Holborn Library, Theobalds Road, London.
The List of Street and Places, London County Council,
stated that in July 1863 addresses renamed to Camden Street included
St Stephenís Terrace, Bellevue Cottages, Albert Cottages, Alfred Cottages,
Camden Terrace, and others. Directory information before and after the name
change was found in Simpsons Street Directory of St Pancras, 1862,
and The St Pancras Directory, 1864.
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