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Blue Plaques in London

Battle Of Lewisham Maroon Plaque - Remembering   the Battle of Lewisham  Thousands  united here against racism and facism  13 August 1977
Black Plaque № 31631 - This building was the head office of W.H. Smith & Son from 1920 to 1976. The above sign was damaged by shrapnel from a German bomb during an air raid on the night of 10th October 1940.
Purley Railway Station Blue Plaque - This plaque erected to commemorate the re-naming of this station - Purley - on 1st October 1888 from its former name of Caterham Junction itself renamed in 1856 from Godstone Road
Thomas Stothard Black Plaque - Thomas Stothard 1755-1834 painter and illustrator lived here
Blue Plaque № 10022 - Chislehurst Caves. People came from across London and north west Kent to shelter here during the Blitz. At the height of the bombardment between October 1940 and July 1941 thousands used the cave system each night.
Henry Campbell-Bannerman Blue Plaque - Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman 1836-1908 Prime Minister lived here

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