A streetline panorama of the eastside of southern Sloane Street between Cadogan Place Gardens on the left and Sloane Square on the right. Sloane Street is one of London’s leading upper-class shopping streets, though the southern end less than the northern end at Knightsbridge. Sloane Street is named after Hans Sloane, who bought the area in 1712. In the middle we see some typical Pont Street Dutch Style red brick buildings, which house elegant residential apartments. Almost on the right end we see the church Holy Trinity Sloane Street, built in 1888-1890. The church has a striking Arts & Crafts design by architect John Dando Sedding and is the widest church in London.
There are more London streets we photographed in our archive, which you can find by yellow markers on our worldmap. In case you are interested in us creating a streetline montage for one of these streets please contact us.