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Madison's Bar
Madison's Bar

The Washington Mayfair, 5 Curzon Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 5HE

0.07km

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Kitty Fisher's
Kitty Fisher's

10 Shepherd Market , Mayfair, London, W1J 7QF

0.1km

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Piccolo Bar
Piccolo Bar

15 Shepherd Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 7HU

0.12km

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Fifty9 Bar
Fifty9 Bar

59 Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London, W1J 6ER

0.13km

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The May Fair Bar
The May Fair Bar

70 Stratton Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 8LT

0.17km

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Blue Plaques in London

Joseph Grimaldi Blue Plaque - Joseph Grimaldi 1778-1837 clown lived here 1818-1828
Ada Lovelace Blue Plaque - Ada Countess of Lovelace 1815-1852 pioneer of computing lived here
Kathleen Ferrier Blue Plaque - Kathleen Ferrier 1912-1953 contralto lived here
John Craven Pritchard, Molly Pritchard, Wells Coates, And Isokon Building Black Plaque - The Isokon Building  Opened 9 July 1934  Architect - Wells Coates  Client Jack and Molly Pritchard  Owner - Notting Hill Housing Group  Grade 1 listed by English Heritage 1974  Restoration - Avanti architects 2004  Lawn Road Flats
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
Grand Lodge Of English Freemasons Blue Plaque - Near this site The Grand Lodge of English Freemasons first met in 1717

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