George VI, Elizabeth II, National Maritime Museum, And Royal Hospital School, London Bronze Plaque Photo

George VI, Elizabeth II, National Maritime Museum, and Royal Hospital School, London bronze plaque - The National Maritime Museum  occupying the former buildings of the   Greenwich Royal Hospital School  was opened on 27 April 1937 by  His Majesty King George VI  being the first public act of his reign    These Galleries were re-opened   on 11 May 1999 by  Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

George VI, Elizabeth II, National Maritime Museum, And Royal Hospital School, London Bronze Plaque Map


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Virginia Woolf, Clive Bell, Lytton Strachey, Alix Strachey, And 1 Other - Here and  in neighbouring  houses during  the first half of  the 20th Century  there lived several  members of the  Bloomsbury Group  including  Virginia Woolf  Clive Bell and  the Stracheys
Green Plaque № 6408 - Home of BBC School Radio 1952 - 1993. Pioneer of education for children through radio broadcasting.
Henry Fielding, John Fielding, Grinling Gibbons, Charles Macklin, And 1 Other - Bow Street was formed about 1637. It has been the residence of many notable men, among whom were Henry Fielding (novelist), Sir John Fielding (magistrate), Grinling Gibbons (woodcarver), Charles Macklin (actor), John Radcliffe (physician), Charles Sackville Earl of Dorset (poet), William Wycherley (dramatist)