Old Bond Street

Old Bond Street, to the south of New Bond Street, runs between Piccadilly and Oxford Street. The road was built in 1686 by Thomas Bond, a member of Queen Henrietta Maria's household, and after whom the street was named.

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Blue Plaques in London

Vladimir Lenin Blue Plaque - Vladimir Ilyich Lenin 1870-1924 founder of the U.S.S.R. stayed in 1905 at 16 Percy Circus which stood on this site
Robert Boothby Blue Plaque - Robert, Lord Boothby 1900-1986 Politician, Author and Broadcaster lived here 1946-1986
Alfred Salter Brushed Metal Plaque - In memory of Bermondsey GP Dr. Salter 1873 - 1945 who devoted his career to improving the health of local people and whose surgery stood on this site
Blue Plaque № 9635 - The Playground opposite was part of Bury Field or Church Common enclosed 1850
Richard Whittington Blue Plaque - Richard Whittington four times Mayor of London founded and was buried in this church 1422
Octavia Hill Blue Plaque - Octavia Hill 1838-1912 housing reformer, Co-founder of The National Trust began her work here

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