T. E. Lawrence And Vyvyan Richards Blue Plaque Photo

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

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Black Plaque № 39109 - To commemorate the services of Henry Burt, J. P. who was the originator of the proposal to purchase the Palace and Park for the people. His courage, assiduity, and strenuous efforts were rewarded and on the 18th of May, 1901, the Park was opened to the public.   His subsequent services and splendid financial help should here be recorded and his name held in remembrance by all who appreciate this great public possession.  By order of the trustees, 1921
Queen Eleanor's Cross Bronze Plaque - On the site now occupied by the statue of King Charles I was erected the original Queen Eleanor's Cross a replica of which stands in front of Charing Cross Station. Mileages from London are measured from the site of the original cross.
The Triffids, David McComb, Graham Lee, Martyn P. Casey, And 3 Other - The Triffids recorded their classic album Born Sandy Devotional on this site in August 1985. 'It's a Wide Open Road'