Hilaire Belloc, Gilbert Keith Chesterton, Joseph Conrad, And John Galsworthy Green Plaque Map


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Brown Plaque № 39254 - Opened in 1912, Kew Gardens Station Footbridge is an early and rare British example of reinforced concrete, using a method pioneered by the French engineer François Hennebique. The bridge is remarkable for its high sides and for the curious projections extending over the railway lines. Both features were designed to protect pedestrians from the dirt of the railway's steam engines.
Joseph Haydn Blue Plaque - Joseph Haydn 1732 - 1809  Composer lived in a house on this site 1791
William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, And George Inn, Southwark Black Plaque - The George Inn. It is known that the George Inn existed in the late 16th Century although the present building dates from 1677. Both Shakespeare and Dickens knew the hospitality of the inn which has continued right up to the present day. The inn is now owned by The National Trust