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Brushed metal plaque № 11375 - In memory of those who lost their lives on 17 July 1969 following an explosion on this site previously known as Dudgeons Wharf    Michael Gamble London Fire Brigade  John Appleby London Fire Brigade  Terrance Breen London Fire Brigade  Paul Carvosso London Fire Brigade  Alfred Smee London Fire Brigade  Richard Adams A&R Metal Company

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