Brass Plaque № 30003 Photo

Brass plaque № 30003 - Site of the French hospital founded by Royal Charter in 1718 to house the poor or infirm of French Huguenot descent. In 1866 the hospital was moved to Hackney and in 1960 to Rochester in Kent

Brass Plaque № 30003 Map


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Bronze Plaque № 10799 - This boundary wall of the Rutland Estate was destroyed by a bomb during World War II on 25 September 1940.  At the request of residents a right of way was established when the wall was rebuilt by the City of Westminster in 1948 and has become to be known as the 'hole in the wall'  Unveiled on 28 October 1988
Joseph Lyons Blue Plaque - Sir Joseph Lyons 1847-1917 Pioneer of mass catering lived here
Flying Bomb (V1/V2) Blue Plaque - The first flying bomb on London fell here 13 June 1944