Flying Bomb (V1/V2) Blue Plaque Photo

flying bomb (V1/V2) blue plaque - SER Blackfriars Station    This is the entrance to the former Blackfriars Station. Commenced by the Charing Cross Railway Co. on its line from London Bridge to Charing Cross, it was taken over by the South Eastern Railway Co. before opening in January 1864. Closure came five years later when the South Eastern Railway opened its Waterloo Station (now Waterloo East).  The glazed brick bridge abutments show evidence of bomb damage from the Blitz of 1940 and a V2 rocket in December 1944. Buildings i

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Collegiate Church Of St Martin, London Blue Plaque - Site of the   Collegiate Church   of St Martin   Demolished 1548
Plaque № 47000 - There was not one straight floor from the foundation to the roof; the ceilings were so fantastically clouded by smoke and dust that old women might have told fortunes in them better than in grouts of tea
Blue Plaque № 6168 - Site of the 13th century Hospital of St. Anthony and of the French Protestant Church demolished 1840