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The Crown & Two Chairmen
The Crown & Two Chairmen

31-32 Dean Street, Soho, London, W1D 3SB

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16 Bateman Street, Soho, London, W1D 3AH

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Circa

62 Frith Street, Soho, London, W1D 3JN

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Blue Plaques in London

Richardson Evans Blue Plaque - Here lived Richardson Evans 1846–1928 protector of natural beauties
Edward Goodrich Acheson Blue Plaque - Edward Goodrich Acheson 1856-1931 inventor, scientist, industrialist lived on this site 1912-1915
James Adams, Philip Beer, Anna Brandt, Ciaran Cassidy, And 22 Other - In memory of those who were killed in the bomb attack on a Piccadilly line train between King's Cross St Pancras and Russell Square stations on 7th July 2005.  James Adams, Philip Beer, Anna Brandt, Ciaran Cassidy, Rachelle Chung For Yuen, Liz Daplyn, Arthur Frederick, Karolina Gluck, Gamze Günoral, Ojara Ikeagwu, Emily Jenkins, Sam Badham, Helen Katherine Jones, Susan Levy, Shelley Mather, Michael Matsushita, James Mayes, Behnaz (Nazy) Mozakka, Lee Christopher Harris, Mihaela Otto, Atiq Sharifi
T. S. Eliot Brown Plaque - T. S. Eliot  poet and  publisher  worked here for  Faber and Faber  1925-1965
Frederick Bremer Blue Plaque - Frederick Bremer 1872 - 1941. Between 1892-1894 in a small workshop in the garden of this house, Fred Bremer and Tom Bates constructed the first British car powered by an internal combustion engine. In 1931 he donated it to Vestry House Museum where it can still be seen today
Charles Holden Brown Plaque - Park Royal station   Listed building of National Significance   Architect: Landers & Welsh, 1936  This impressive building situated on Western Avenue, one of the arterial roads built in the 1930s, replaced an earlier station further to the west that had opened in 1905.  It was designed, especially the imposing tower with the illuminated roundels, to be a landmark showing the importance of the Underground in the new suburban landscape.  Although influenced by the work of the Underground’s archite

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