Find the Deepest Secrets of Earls Court, SW5
One of the districts of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is Earls Court. It is bordered by Kensington (north), South Kensington (east), Chelsea (south) and West Kensington (west).
Historically a rural area with market gardens and open fields, Earls Court quickly grew after the arrival of the Metropolitan District railway station in the second half of the 18th century.
Earls Court Exhibition Centre, although now closed and planned for redevelopment into office/residential mix, featured a great deal of national fairs, shows and concerts. Examples include the Royal Agricultural Show, Motor Show, Crufts dog show and the farewell concert of Take That band.
Another landmark building in the area is the Empress State Building on Little Road. It was designed in 1962 as a unique triangular-shaped office building, featuring concave bow facades. The Ministry of Defence was its main occupant for a period of 30 years, before a solid refurbishment and occupation by the Metropolitan Police.
The smallest communal garden in London is located in Earls Court, in the centre of the conversion area, comprised of Kenway Road, Childs Place, Redfield Lane and Wallgrave Road. The garden, named Providence Patch, was built on the site of stables that served the houses in the area.
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