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