Blue Plaque № 5306 Photo

Blue plaque № 5306 - Opposite this tablet a drinking fountain was erected in 1878 in memory of Robert Besley esq. Alderman of this ward and Lord Mayor of London 1869-70. Removed 1934

Blue Plaque № 5306 Map


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