Logan Place

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The outer walls of Garden Lodge (pictured here in 2014) became a shrine to Mercury following his death in 1991

Logan Place is a small residential road in Kensington, west London. It lies off Earl's Court Road.

It is notable for having been the home of Queen's lead singer Freddie Mercury, who bought the Garden Lodge mansion during his time with the band.

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Coordinates: 51°29′40.83″N 0°11′52.38″W / 51.4946750°N 0.1978833°W / 51.4946750; -0.1978833