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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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Blue Plaques in London

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
Dennis Gabor Blue Plaque - Dennis Gabor 1900-1979 physicist and inventor of holography lived here
David Storey Blue Plaque - David Storey b.1933 novelist lived here 1956-1961
Blue Plaque № 6104 - Site of Furnival's Inn demolished 1897
Fan Makers' Company Blue Plaque - The Fan Makers' Company met in their common hall in Red Cross Street to adopt their constitution in 1710
Roger Fry Blue Plaque - In this house Roger Fry 1866-1934 artist and art critic ran the Omega Workshops 1913-1919

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