William III And Rotten Row Blue Plaque Photo

William III and Rotten Row blue plaque - WR III  Rotten Row  The King's Old Road completed 1690.  This ride originally formed part of King William III's carriage drive from Whitehall to Kensington Palace. Its construction was supervised by the surveyor of their Majesties roads Captain Michael Studholme and it was the first lamp-lit road in the Kingdom. Designated as a public bridleway in the 1730's, Rotten Row is one of the most famous urban riding grounds in the world.  ER II  1990

William III And Rotten Row Blue Plaque Map


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