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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

Blue Plaque № 9652 - The Old Town Hall. Grade II Listed building. The first Waltham Forest Town Hall erected in 1876, originally incorporating an earlier public hall. Replaced by the present Town Hall in Forest Road in 1941 and for many years part of Connaught Hospital. Restored 1994
H. G. Wells Brown Plaque - H. G. Wells  author  1866-1946  lived  and worked here  1930-1936
John Maynard Keynes Multicoloured Plaque - John Maynard Keynes Economist Love Lived Here 1916-1946
George Borrow Blue Plaque - George Borrow 1803-1881 author lived here
Blue Plaque № 1958 - By virtue  of its historic  interest this pub merits  the title a  Taylor Walker  Heritage  Inn  The Crown
Eleanor Marx Blue Plaque - Eleanor Marx 1855-1898 Socialist Campaigner lived and died here

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