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aerial photograph of Churchill Gardens Pimlico Westminster London England UK. Churchill Gardens were built 1946 to 1962 to replace houses lost in the war. They were designed by Powell and Moya. The buildings include Coleridge House, Chaucer House, Shelley House, Gillbert House Keats House, and Sullivan House as well as the glass-faced accumulator tower which supplies district heating to the estate.

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