The Cottage, London Green Plaque Photo

The Cottage, London green plaque - On this site,  until destroyed by  bombing during the  winter of 1940,  stood an archway and  Mayfair's oldest house.  'The Cottage. 1618 A.D.'  from where a shepherd  tended his flock  whilst Tyburn idled nearby.

The Cottage, London Green Plaque Map


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Joseph Bazalgette Red And Black Plaque - The Crossness Engines The restored 1865 Prince Consort Engine was a key part of Joseph Bazalgette's sewage system and is one of four James Watt Rotative Beam Engines still in its original setting. Representing the change from cast iron to steel and the more effective use of steam, it played a key part in freeing London from Cholera and Typhoid.
Max Beerbohm Blue Plaque - Sir Max Beerbohm 1872-1956 artist and writer born here
T. E. Lawrence And Vyvyan Richards Blue Plaque - T. E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) - Until conveyed to the Corporation of London in September 1930, 18 acres of land at the top of Pole Hill was owned by T E Lawrence, the famous soldier, writer and scholar. It was here that he originally intended to erect a house with his friend Vyvyan Richards in which to print fine books including his classic "Seven Pillars of Wisdom". This never came to pass, although until 1922 Richards lived here in a hut called "cloisters"