Charles Holden Brown Plaque Photo

Charles Holden brown plaque - Sudbury Hill station   Listed as a building of National Significance   Architect: Adams, Holden & Pearson Partners, 1932  The original station opened on 28 June 1903 on the Metropolitan District Railway extension from Ealing Common to South Harrow.  It was rebuilt in preparation of the transfer of services to the Piccadilly line on 4 July 1932.  This new extension was, together with the existing tracks back to Acton Town, the first experimental section of the Underground’s surface lines to be el

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Bronze Plaque № 10799 - This boundary wall of the Rutland Estate was destroyed by a bomb during World War II on 25 September 1940.  At the request of residents a right of way was established when the wall was rebuilt by the City of Westminster in 1948 and has become to be known as the 'hole in the wall'  Unveiled on 28 October 1988
Bobby Moore Blue Plaque - Bobby Moore 1941-1993 Captain of the World Cup-winning England Football Team lived here
Charles Booth Blue Plaque - Charles Booth 1840-1916 pioneer in social research lived here