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2 Willow Road
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2 Willow Road, 2 Willow Road, Hampstead, London, NW3 1TH

Operated by the National Trust, modernist terrace house designed by Ernő Goldfinger, features a significant...Read more

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Blue Plaques in London

Nancy Astor Blue Plaque - Nancy Astor 1879-1964 first woman to sit in Parliament lived here
Ellen Terry, Charles Wyndham, And Queen's Theatre, Long Acre Black Plaque - Queen's  Theatre    The old Queen's Theatre  occupied this site for just eleven  years from 1867 to 1878 and was  renowned in its day, albeit fleetingly,  for the distinguished players, including  Ellen Terry and Charles Wyndham,  who trod its boards
Thomas Hardy Black Plaque - Admiral Thomas Hardy  05 April 1769 - 20 September 1839    Hardy was born on 5th April 1769 in Portisham, Dorset.  He first entered the navy in 1781 on board the brig, HMS Helena.  He remained with the ship for a short period after which, in 1782,  he left the navy to attend school for three years. He joined the merchant  navy for some years and in 1790, decided to rejoin the Royal Navy. His  first appointment as midshipman was with HMS Hebe. He was later transferred  to the sloop, HMS Tisphone,
William Morris Hughes Blue Plaque - The Rt. Hon.  William Morris Hughes  CH, KC  1862–1952  Prime Minister  of Australia  1915-1923  was born here
James Clerk Maxwell Blue Plaque - James Clerk Maxwell FRS King's College London Professor of Natural Philosophy 1860-65
R. Travers Herford Blue Plaque - Robert Travers Herford 1860-1950 Unitarian Minister, scholar, and interpreter of Judaism, lived and worked here.

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