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Fan Museum
Fan Museum

Fan Museum, 12 Crooms Hill, London, SE10 8ER

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Fashion and Textile Museum
Fashion and Textile Museum

Fashion and Textile Museum, 83 Bermondsey Street, London, SE1 3XF

Fashions, textiles and jewellery, both historic and contemporaryRead more

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Blue Plaques in London

Isambard Kingdom Brunel Blue Plaque - Isambard Kingdom Brunel 1806-1859. Great Victorian Engineer. His first project was the Thames Tunnel, the world's first underwater tunnel.
Robert Dyas Ltd Blue Plaque - Robert Dyas Ltd first traded here in the 1930's
Lawrence Oates Blue Plaque - Captain Lawrence Oates 1880-1912 Antarctic explorer lived in a house on this site
Bert Hardy Blue Plaque - Bert Hardy   1913 to 1995   photographer   born and grew up in The Priory   "The man behind the camera"
Marie Stopes Black Plaque - Marie Stopes 1880-1958 Social reformer pioneer of the family planning movement lived here 1909-1916
William Barlow And The Barlow Room, London Black Plaque - The Barlow Room    St. Pancras station was designed by William Barlow in 1868 with construction commencing in 1866.    The famous Barlow train shed arch spans 240ft and is over 100ft high.  On it's completion in 1868 it became the largest enclosed space in the world.    St. Pancras remains one of the greatest Victorian buildings in London with it's spectacular Victorian gothic architecture.    Following redevelopment in 2007 St. Pancras is not only the key destiantion for Eurostar but also a tru

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