Bronze Plaque № 11289 Photo

Bronze plaque № 11289 - The Old Fire Station  Rotherhithe    Restored by Barratt in memory of the crews of this station who served with great valour particularly during the Second World War.    Opened by Sir George Young Bt MP,  Minister for Housing, Inner Cities and Constructions,  on 25th November 1993

Bronze Plaque № 11289 Map


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Siegfried Sassoon Green Plaque - Siegfried Sassoon MC Poet, novelist, biographer 1886-1967 lived and worked in a house on this site 1919-1925
Denis Johnson Green Plaque - Denis Johnson  (c. 1760 - 1833)  From his workshop on this site  in 1819 made and sold Britain's  first bicycle in its hobby-horse form
Vivien Leigh, Laurence Olivier, And Oscar Wilde Black Plaque - Theatreland - heart of the performing arts in London  St James's Theatre   On this site stood the St James's Theatre, demolished in 1957 despite an epic campaign of protest led by Vivien Leigh and Sir Laurence Olivier. George Alexander, manager from 1890 - 1918, staged both Oscar Wilde's "Lady Windermere's Fan" and "The Importance of Being Earnest" for the first time.   A joint venture by the City of Westminster and the Society of West End Theatre