Slate Plaque № 11684 Photo

Slate plaque № 11684 - The Worshipful  Company of Plumbers    Ordinances 1365  Grant of Arms 1588    Between here and the river once was Chequer Yard  where for centuries stood the hall of the mysterie or  art of the plumbers of London. The first was destroyed  in the great fire of 1666. Rebuilt, it continued in use  until demolished to make way for the railway in 1863    The Company yet flourishes root and branch    In God is all our hope  1983

Slate Plaque № 11684 Map


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