Philip Larkin Black Plaque Photo

Philip Larkin black plaque - We slowed again, And as the tightened brakes took hold, there swelled A sense of falling, like an arrow-shower  Sent out of sight, somewhere becoming rain.

Philip Larkin Black Plaque Map


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Bronze Plaque № 42177 - This pillar was erected in 1824 under the direction of the Reverend John Pond, MA, Astronomer Royal. It was placed on the Greenwich Meridian and its purpose was to indicate the direction of true north from the transit telescope of the Royal Observatory. The Greenwich Meridian as changed in 1850 and adopted by international agreement in 1884 as the line of zero longitude passes 19 feet to the east of this pillar.
Geological Society Of London Purple Plaque - 13 November 1807. The first geological society in the world was inaugurated in a building on this site known as The Freemasons' Tavern
Winston Churchill And Clementine Churchill Brown Plaque - Winston and Clementine Churchill lived here from 1930-1939