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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

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Blue Plaques in London

Sidney Webb Green Plaque - Sidney Webb (Lord Passfield) 1859-1947 Social Researcher and Reformer Founder of the LSE was born in a house on this site 13 July 1859
Meredith White Townsend Green Plaque - Meredith White Townsend 1831-1911 Editor of The Friend of India and the Calcutta Times Owner editor of The Spectator Lived Here c1871-1891
Scotland Yard Blue Plaque - Site of Scotland Yard first Headquarters of the Metropolitan Police 1829-1890
John Christopher Smith Blue Plaque - John Christopher Smith Handel's friend and secretary 1712-1763 lived and died here
Richard Hodgson And Hawkwood Lodge Blue Plaque - Hawkwood Lodge Locally Listed building. The only surviving structure from the Hawkwood estate erected by Richard Hodgson in the late 1840’s. Hawkwood House itself was demolished following bomb damage in 1944. Hodgson was Lord of the Manor of Chingford St Pauls from 1844 – 1866
Peggy Duff Claret Plaque - Peggy Duff 1910-1981 First General Secretary of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and local councillor lived here

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