Leigh Hunt Brown Plaque Photo

Leigh Hunt brown plaque - Leigh Hunt 1784-1859 essayist & poet lived here.

Leigh Hunt Brown Plaque Map


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Hugh Dowding Bronze Plaque - Air Chief Marshall Lord Dowding was Commander-in-Chief of Fighter Command, Royal Air Force from its formation in 1936 until November 1940. He was thus responsible for the preparation for and the conduct of the Battle of Britain.    With remarkable foresight he ensured the equipment of his command with monoplane fighters, the Hurricane and the Spitfire. He was among the first to appreciate the vital importance of R.D.F (Radar) and of an effective command and control system for his squadrons. They
Blue Plaque № 9659 - Highams Park Signal Box. Locally Listed building. Erected in 1925 by the London and North Eastern Railway Company and one of the few that survive on the Chingford line today. Saved from demolition in 2002 it is now leased to the Highams Park Signal Box Association
John Lindley Blue Plaque - John Lindley 1799-1865 botanist and pioneer orchidologist lived here from 1836 and died here