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2 Willow Road
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2 Willow Road, 2 Willow Road, Hampstead, London, NW3 1TH

Operated by the National Trust, modernist terrace house designed by Ernő Goldfinger, features a significant...Read more

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Edwin Saunders Blue Plaque - Sir Edwin Saunders 1814-1901 dentist to Queen Victoria lived and died here
William Pitt, Edward Smith-Stanley, And William Ewart Gladstone Blue Plaque - Here lived three Prime Ministers: William Pitt Earl of Chatham 1708-1778 Edward Geoffrey Stanley Earl of Derby 1799-1869 William Ewart Gladstone 1809-1898
John Logie Baird Blue Plaque - In this house John Logie Baird 1888-1946 first demonstrated television
Benjamin Thompson Blue Plaque - Sir Benjamin Thompson Count Rumford 1753-1814 inventor and adventurer lived here
Surrey Iron Railway Brass Plaque - The Surrey Iron Railway was the first public railway in England, probably in the world. The railway ran along this road on its route from Croydon to the mouth of the River Wandle, a distance of nearly nine miles. Goods wagons were pulled by horses along a track of cast iron plates laid on stone sleepers, some of which are set in the wall below. The gauge was 4'2. It opened in 1803, following the passing of the Surrey Iron Railway Act in 1801, and closed in 1846, the victim of the success of newe
Gt Ormond St Bronze Plaque - Built circa 1720 Rebuilt 1980  Numbers 9, 11, 13 & 15  Gt: Ormond St:

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