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Clink Prison Museum
Clink Prison Museum
Clink Prison Museum, 1 Clink Street, London, SE1 9DG

Site and history of the notorious prison in use from the 12th century to 1780Read more

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City of London Police Museum
City of London Police Museum
City of London Police Museum, 2 Aldermanbury, London, EC2V 7HH

Uniforms, Victorian-era police equipment, communications devices, famous murders, WWII displayRead more

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Jack the Ripper Museum
Jack the Ripper Museum
Jack the Ripper Museum, 12 Cable Street, London, E1 8JG

History of the East London in the 1880s, providing a serious examination of the crimes of Jack the Ripper within the...Read more

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Blue Plaques in London

William Barlow And The Barlow Room, London Black Plaque - The Barlow Room    St. Pancras station was designed by William Barlow in 1868 with construction commencing in 1866.    The famous Barlow train shed arch spans 240ft and is over 100ft high.  On it's completion in 1868 it became the largest enclosed space in the world.    St. Pancras remains one of the greatest Victorian buildings in London with it's spectacular Victorian gothic architecture.    Following redevelopment in 2007 St. Pancras is not only the key destiantion for Eurostar but also a tru
Cesar Picton Black Plaque - Cesar Picton c.1755-1836 a native of Senegal, West Coast of Africa. Brought to England in 1761 as a servant to Sir John Philipps of Norbiton, Kingston upon Thames. Later a coal merchant and gentleman lived here 1788-1807
The Clink Blue Plaque - The Clink.    Most notorious medieval prison
Ernest Raymond Black Plaque - Ernest Raymond Novelist 1888-1974 Author of more than fifty books including We The Accused lived at 22 The Pryors 1941-1974
Dorothy Nevill Green Plaque - Lady Dorothy Nevill  1826-1913  horticulturist, collector,  writer and hostess  live here  1873-1913
Bronze Plaque № 12435 - Willesden Green library was established in 1894 following a poll of the ratepayers of Willesden

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