Great Exhibition, Crystal Palace, And Joseph Paxton Multicoloured Plaque Photo

Great Exhibition, Crystal Palace, and Joseph Paxton multicoloured plaque - Building designed by Joseph Paxton    First large scale prefabricated glass and iron building    Organised by  the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851    First world exposition of  innovation, technology and design    Supported by  HRH Prince Albert

Great Exhibition, Crystal Palace, And Joseph Paxton Multicoloured Plaque Map


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Thomas Gray Grey Plaque - Thomas Gray  poet  was born in a house  on this site  "The curfew tolls the knell  of parting day"  1716-1771
William Frederick Yeames Blue Plaque - W. F. Yeames RA 1835-1918 artist lived here 1894-1912
Crutched Friar Brushed Metal Plaque - The Crutched Friar gets its name from an order of Mendicant Friars, The "Fratres Crusiferi" who first arrived in England in 1244 in the Diocese of Rochester.  They established nine houses in England, the first at Colchester founded in 1245, and settled in London at Tower Hill in 1249 where they gave their name to the locality.