Joseph Bazalgette Red And Black Plaque Photo

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.

Joseph Bazalgette Red And Black Plaque Map


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Trinity House Blue Plaque - The Trinity House incorporated by Charter by Henry VIII in 1514  Trinity House is the general lighthouse authority for England, Wales and the Channel Islands  A deep sea pilotage authority and also administers charitable funds mostly connected with seafarers  The first Tinity House was at Deptford and then at Ratcliff and Stepney in the 16th and 17th centuries.  In 1660 Trinity House moved to Water Lane, off Eastcheap, the building being destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666 and subseque
John Russell Blue Plaque - Lord John Russell 1st Earl Russell 1792-1878 twice Prime Minister lived here
Stella Isaacs Blue Plaque - Stella Lady Reading 1894-1971 Founder of the Women's Voluntary Services worked at its headquarters here 1938-1966