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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

Spa Road Railway Station, London Red Plaque - Spa Road Station. London's first railway terminus, opened in 1836 by the London & Greenwich Railway, later superseded by London Bridge
Fred Cleary Blue Plaque - Fred Cleary 1905-1984 tireless in his wish to increase open space in the City
Anne Isabella Milbanke Blue Plaque - Lady Byron 1792-1860 founded the renowned co-operative school within these environs 1834-1859
Clerks Well Stone Plaque - AD 1800. William Round, Joseph Bird, church wardens.      For the better accommodation of the Neighbourhood this Pump was removed to the Spot where it now stands. The spring by which it is supplied is situated four feet eastward and round it as History informs us the Parish Clerks of London in remote Ages annually performed sacred Plays that custom caused it to be denominated Clerks Well and from which this Parish derived its Name. The water was greatly esteemed by the Prior and Brethren of the
Terracotta Plaque № 10001 - Elliott Hall. Elliott Hall, the assembly hall of the Royal Commercial Travellers School (1885-1967), was designed by H. O. Cresswell, opened in 1905, and named after a successful former pupil. Harrow College of Further Education was here 1967-1987, followed by the Harrow Arts Centre.
Joe Orton Green Plaque - John Kingsley Orton (Joe Orton) 1933-1967 playwright lived here 1960-1967

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