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Wandle Industrial Museum
Wandle Industrial Museum

Wandle Industrial Museum, London Road, London, CR4 3UD

Industries along the River Wandle, including flour and textile mills[22]Read more

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Blue Plaques in London

Jonathan Hutchinson Blue Plaque - Sir Jonathan Hutchinson 1828-1913 surgeon, scientist and teacher lived here
George Leybourne Blue Plaque - George Leybourne "Champagne Charlie" 1842-1884 music hall comedian lived and died here
William Wilberforce Brown Plaque - On the site behind this house stood until 1904 Broomwood House - formerly Broomfield - where William Wilberforce resided during the campaign against slavery which he successfully conducted in Parliament.
John Singer Sargent Stone Plaque - John S. Sargent R.A. who was born in Florence Jan 12 MDCCCLVI lived and worked twentyfour years in this house and died here April 15 MCMXXV
Blue Plaque № 7375 - The Centre Court was opened by HM King George V patron of The All England Lawn and Croquet Club on Monday 26th June 1922 Architect Captain Stanley Peach
Brass Plaque № 11595 - St Peter's Italian Church - 1863. In 1845 St. Vincent Pallotti a R.C. priest and founder of the S.A.C. (Pallottine Fathers) thought of constructing a church in London for Italian immigrants. The Irish architect, Sir John Miller-Bryson modelled the church on the Basilica of San Crisogono in Trastevere - Rome.  It was to hold 3,400 people but was scaled down, at that time it was the only church in Britain in the Roman basilican style. It was consecrated on the 16th April 1863, as the "Church of St

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