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Wandle Industrial Museum
Wandle Industrial Museum
Wandle Industrial Museum, London Road, London, CR4 3UD

Industries along the River Wandle, including flour and textile mills[22]Read more

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Grey Plaque № 7947 - Goodwin's Court (replacing Fishers Alley) first appeared in the Rate-books in 1690 and it seems probable that the houses in the Court were erected in that year
William Henry Smith Blue Plaque - W. H. Smith 1825-1891 bookseller and statesman lived here
Thomas Gainsborough Blue Plaque - Thomas Gainsborough 1727-1788 artist lived here
Charlotte Mew Blue Plaque - Charlotte Mew 1869-1928 Poet lived here 1869-1890
St. Gabriel Fenchurch, London Blue Plaque - In the roadway opposite stood St. Gabriel Fenchurch destroyed in the Great Fire 1666
George Orwell White Plaque - George Orwell 1903-1950 writer lived and worked in a bookshop on this site 1934-1935

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