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V&A Museum of Childhood
V&A Museum of Childhood
V&A Museum of Childhood, Cambridge Heath Road, London, E2 9PA

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Pollock's Toy Museum
Pollock's Toy Museum
Pollock's Toy Museum, 1 Scala Street, London, W1T 2HL

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Blue Plaques in London

White Plaque № 11180 - West Ham Parish Boundary Stone. 31 W.H.P. WHP 1775 1864 1850.  The dates on this stone show the years in which the boundary was confirmed. It was numbered 31 in 1864, but no longer marks any boundary. Parish boundary markers were beaten in an annual ceremony called The Beating of the Bounds. Parish boundaries were significant because welfare payments, burials and medical treatment for poor people used to be provided by the parish in which they were born.
FitzRoy Somerset Blue Plaque - Lord Fitzroy Somerset Raglan, 1st Baron 1788-1855 Commander during the Crimean War lived here
Texas Legation Yellow Plaque - Texas Legation. In this building was the legation for the ministers from the Republic of Texas to the Court of St. James 1842-1845
Thomas Park And John James Park Brown Plaque - Thomas Park  F.S.A.  "The Poetical Antiquary"  Born 1759. Died 1834.  and his son  John James Park  Author of the first  History of Hampstead  Born 1795. Died 1833.  Lived here.
Duchess Theatre, London And Noël Coward Black Plaque - Duchess Theatre The Duchess Theatre began a distinguished career as a home for both drama and comedy when it opened with the war play "Tunnel Trench" in 1929. Prominent productions have included the 1936 London debut of T S Eliot's "Murder In The Cathedral" and Noël Coward's "Blithe Spirit" in 1942
The Rose Theatre, London Blue Plaque - The Rose Theatre built here in 1587 first Elizabethan theatre of Bankside. Voted by the people.

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