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Clowns Gallery-Museum
Clowns Gallery-Museum
Clowns Gallery-Museum, 2 Cumberland Close, London, E8 3TF

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James South And Thomas Cawley Blue Plaque - Observatory Gardens derives its names from the observatory that Sir James South the astronomer built here in 1831 and which contained for a time the largest telescope in the world. After the astronomer's death the site was sold to Thomas Cawley who built the existing houses in the 1880s
Millwall Football Club Stone Plaque - Millwall (Rovers) Football Club  was founded on this site  by workers from the  Morton's Jam Factory  in 1885
Richardson Evans Blue Plaque - Here lived Richardson Evans 1846–1928 protector of natural beauties
Carl Maria Von Weber Blue Plaque - In this house died Carl Maria von Weber 1826
John Passmore Edwards Blue Plaque - John Passmore Edwards 1823-1911 journalist, editor and builder of free public libraries lived here
Thomas More White Plaque - Saint Thomas More. Chancellor of England martyred for his faith on Tower Hill 1535 lived here. It was from his house here that he went for his trial and his imprisonment in the Tower of London

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