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British Postal Museum and Archive
British Postal Museum and Archive

British Postal Museum and Archive, 15-20 Phoenix Place, London, WC1X 0DA

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Blue Plaques in London

Clement Attlee Blue Plaque - Clement Richard Attlee 1883-1967 Prime Minister lived here
William Wilberforce Blue Plaque - Site of   Hendon Park   residence of   William Wilberforce   from   1826-1831
Stone Plaque № 11560 - As I walked through the wildreness of this world, I lighted on a certain place, where was a Denn; & I laid me down in that place to sleep: And as I slept I dreamed a Dream    THIS MEMORIAL STNE WAS LAID BY ALEXANDER MACLAREN DD LITTD PRESIDENT OF THE BAPTIST UNION  1875-6 AND 1901-2 ON WEDNESDAY 24th APRIL 1901
Bronze Plaque № 11311 - Port of London Authority 1929
Sam King Blue Plaque - Sam King MBE  Born 1926  Major of Southwark 1983-84  Wartime RAF Serviceman  Passenger on the Empire Windrush   West Indian Community Leader and  Christian Advocate  Lived here   1958-84  Voted by the People
Claude Duval, Flora Tea Gardens And Skittle Alley, And The Swan, London Black Plaque - The Swan is the last relic of Flora Tea Gardens and Skittle Alley and stood on this site for over 300 years. The first documented evidence of a licensed Inn keeper is on a licensed victualler list for 1721. As a coaching Inn it is reputed to have been the final drinking place for victims of the gibbet of Tyburn Gallows which we now know as Marble Arch. Claude Duval the famous highwayman who was very active on the London to Edinburgh Road is alleged to have had his final drink here before being h

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