Area of London: (select all / unselect all)

Categories: (select all / unselect all)

Page 1 of 1 (showing 1 listings from a total of 1)

London Fire Brigade Museum
London Fire Brigade Museum

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

1.99km

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

Museums Tourist Attractions Sightseeing Firefighting Museums

Map of Firefighting museums in Lombard Street

Click the map image above to load the
map for firefighting museums in Lombard Street

Blue Plaques in London

Richard Ansdell Blue Plaque - Richard Ansdell, R.A. 1815-1885 Eminent Victorian painter Lived in Lytham House on this site 1862-1884
Francis Place Blue Plaque - Francis Place (1771-1854), political reformer, lived here 1833-1851.
John Snow Blue Plaque - Dr John Snow  (1813-1858)  Founding father of Epidemiology.  In 1854 his research linked  deaths to the water pump  near this site and thus  determined that cholera is  a water borne disease
Helene Hanff And Marks & Co. Bronze Plaque - 84 Charing Cross Road. The booksellers Marks & Co. were on this site which became world renowned through the book by Helen Hanff.
W. S. Gilbert Black Plaque - W. S. Gilbert playwright & poet. His foe was folly & his weapon wit.
John Thurloe Blue Plaque - John Thurloe Secretary of State 1652 Bencher of Lincoln's Inn 1654 Lived in Old Square at various times until his death Born 1616 Died 1668

View All Blue Plaques in London

Lombard Street in the News

For more news visit the
London news part of our website.