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London Fire Brigade Museum
London Fire Brigade Museum

London Fire Brigade Museum, Lambeth High Street, London, SE1 7JS

Open by appointment only, history of the London Fire Brigade, equipment, apparatusRead more

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The Clink Blue Plaque - The Clink.    Most notorious medieval prison
Joseph Bazalgette Red And Black Plaque - The Crossness Engines The restored 1865 Prince Consort Engine was a key part of Joseph Bazalgette's sewage system and is one of four James Watt Rotative Beam Engines still in its original setting. Representing the change from cast iron to steel and the more effective use of steam, it played a key part in freeing London from Cholera and Typhoid.
Charles De Gaulle Black Plaque - Charles de Gaulle 1890-1970 Soldier, Statesman and Political Reformer. General and leader of the Free French forces during the war against Hitler. First President of the Fifth Republic of France. Lived in this house.
Charles Wesley, Charles Wesley, And Samuel Wesley Blue Plaque - Charles Wesley 1707-1788 divine and hymn writer lived and died in a house on this site, and his sons Charles 1757-1834 and Samuel 1766-1837 musicians also lived here
W. G. R. Sprague, John Gielgud, And Queen's Theatre Black Plaque - Queen's Theatre Built by W. G. R. Sprague, the Queen's Theatre opened in 1908 with a comedy The Sugar Bowl. While the Edwardian interior has largely survived, the theatre suffered bomb damage during the last war, re-opening in 1959 with the present exterior and John Gielgud in The Ages of Man
Johann Strauss Black Plaque - Johann Strauss 1st 1804-1849 Father of the Waltz Dynasty and Composer of the "Radetzky March" lodged here (formerly hotel du Commerce) on his first visit to England in April 1838

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