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St Pancras Railway Station, London Blue Plaque - St Pancras Station  Built originally by the Derby based Midland Railway Company as its London terminus.  The station was opened in 1868 and is now Grade 1 listed.  Consulting engineer: WH Barlow  Principal contractor: The Butterley Company
W. H. Hudson Bronze Plaque - "The house where I was born in the South American pampas... W. H. Hudson." Hudson's Friends Society Of Quilmes, near Buenos Aires, where the great writer was born on August 4th 1841, and where he spent his youth, has placed this bronze tablet at 40 Saint Luke's Road, London, the house in which Hudson lived his last years, and dies on August 18, 1922
Blackheath Proprietary School Blue Plaque - On this site stood the Blackheath Proprietary School 1831 to 1907