Bridge approach toward Gloucester Road & Primrose Hill district from the Chalk Farm tube station, London.
3 Chalcot Square, Primrose Hill district, London: Sylvia Plath's home February 1960-August 1961
Chalcot Square and Chalcot Square Gardens playground, directly in front of 3 Chalcot Square
View from Chalcot Square down Chalcot Road toward the intersection with Fitzroy Road. 23 Fitzroy Road, Sylvia Plath's home from December 1962-February 11, 1963 is just out of sight.
Intersection of Chalcot Road and Fitzroy Road. 23 Fitzroy Road is the 3rd house from the intersection, marked with the blue plaque for W. B. Yeats.
23 Fitzroy Road, Primrose Hill district, London. Sylvia Plath and her children lived on the upper two floors, above the ground floor and basement flats.
The Yeats plaque at 23 Fitzroy Road.
Looking back at Fitzroy Road and Sylvia Plath's block from the entrance to Primrose Hill.
Crest of Primrose Hill from the playground. Fitzroy Road is out of sight to the right.
Crest of Primrose Hill in winter.
The London Zoo's penguin pool, recently restored to its 1962 appearance. The Lion House was close by.
One of the few original Victorian buildings left at the contemporary London Zoo.
St. George's Terrace, site of the former home of W. S. and Dido Merwin across from Primrose Hill in London.
The call box at the foot of St. George's Terrace.
Looking down Regents Park Road in the direction of Chalk Farm, from the call boxes at St. George's Terrace. The Queens Pub is on the left hand corner; Yeoman's greengrocery is on the right side of the street.
Yeoman's greengrocery, a Primrose Hill neighborhood institution.
Videodromo on Princess Road is the former Princess Road Post Office, serving the Primrose Hill district.
The Primrose Hill Primary School, across Princess Road a block from the site of the old post office.
Outside the former CameoPoly Theatre at the London Polytechnic, now University of Westminster, with All Souls Church in the background on Regent Street, London.
The view down Regent Street in the direction of Liberty, Hamley's toy shop and Piccadilly Circus.
Balcony of the former CameoPoly Theatre, now a lecture hall.
Tiled mosaic in the lobby of the historic London Polytechnic.
Sylvia Plath's blue plaque at 3 Chalcot Square, awarded to her by the Royal Society of Arts, July 2000.