647 plaques with a category of Historical_London

Riverside Wall, Aragon Tower, George Beard Road, London SE8 3PEWall of the Ancestors (Historical London) Burnhart Gloss (Actor)(Photos Taken: 04-Mar-2020)Link

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Riverside Wall, Aragon Tower, George Beard Road, London SE8 3PEWall of the Ancestors (Historical London) Shirley Stewart (Misc)(Photos Taken: 04-Mar-2020)Link

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Riverside Wall, Aragon Tower, George Beard Road, London SE8 3PEWall of the Ancestors (Historical London) Tony O'Leary (Misc)(Photos Taken: 04-Mar-2020)Link

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Riverside Wall, Aragon Tower, George Beard Road, London SE8 3PEWall of the Ancestors (Historical London) Tommy Martin (Misc)(Photos Taken: 04-Mar-2020)Link

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opposite 10 Church End, Walthamstow, London E17 9RJWalthamstow Fire Engine House(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 01-Jun-2018)Link

22 Oak Hill Gardens, Woodford Green IG8 9DYWalthamstow Windmill(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 14-Oct-2016)Link

150 Waterloo Road, London SE1 8SBWaterloo Road Fire Station(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 06-Aug-2020)Link

Waxwell Lane and Uxbridge Road, Pinner HA5Wax Well(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Jun-2018)Link

118 Shirland Road, Maida Vale, London W9 2BTWelford and Sons Dairy(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 05-Apr-2021)Link

Linale House, Murray Grove, Hoxton, London N1 7QHWenlock Barn Estate(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Jul-2020)Link

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Leytonstone Road & Borthwick Road, London E15 1JAWest Ham Boundary Stone(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 09-Aug-2021)Link

327B West End Lane, London NW6 1RSWest Hampstead Fire Station(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 29-Feb-2024)Link

North Dock, Poplar, London E14 5GLWest India Docks(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 14-Sep-2018)Link

49 High Street, Harrow on the Hill, London HA1 3HTWest View Harrow(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 18-Jun-2018)Link

4 Greycoat Place, Westminster, London SW1P 1BNWestminster Fire Station(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-May-2019)Link

Foreshore, Deptford, London SE8 3BAWhales in The Thames (Historical London) John Evelyn (Author)(Photos Taken: 04-Mar-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: Whales in the Thames
[top centre] Occasionally whales and seals are seen in the Thames. Since 1986 Common Seals have been spotted as far up as Richmond. A Lesser Rorqual Whale has been seen as well as a Bottle-Nosed Dolphin which was stranded at East India Dock. Such incidents have offered exciting distractions for the people of London over many centuries. [top left] Several incidents of whales in the Thames were recorded by John Evelyn, Deptford's famous 17th century diarist. In 1658 he noted that "a large whale was taken betwixt my land abutting on the Thames and Greenwich, which drew an in the concourse to sea it, by water, coach and on foote. It appeared first below Greenwich at low water, for at high water it would have destroyed all the boats.
[top right] After a long conflict it was killed with a harping yron, struck in the head, out of which spouted blood and water by two tunnels and after a horrid groan it ran quite on shore and died." Again in 1699 Evelyn wrote "After an extraordinary storm there came up the Thames a whale fifty-six feet long". In 1842 the capture of a young fin whale about 20 feet long provided quite an attraction. It was killed off Deptford Pier one Sunday by a number of watermen and its two ton body was displayed at the Bull and Butcher public house on the corner of Old King Street nearby. A printer in Flagon Row, Deptford quickly printed up some bills to advertise this "Extraordinary and Surprising Novelty" for sight-seers.
In 1965 there was great excitement when a school of about 20 whales was sighted off Woolwich pier. Billy Smart's Circus tried to catch one and enlisted the support of skin-divers, a gigantic fishing net and a rubber dingy {stet} to inflate under the unfortunate captive. They planned to take the whale to a temporary pool on Clapham Common then to a permanent aquarium at Windsor. All was frustrated when a policeman pointed out that anything caught in the Thames becomes property of the Queen and under the Whaling Industry Act you cannot catch a whale in British waters. The whale catchers were last seen edging the whales out of the river, hoping to catch one in the open sea.

Black Prince Road and Albert Embankment, Lambeth, London SE1White Hart Dock(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 30-Mar-2019)Link

Altab Ali Park, Adler Street, Shadwell, London E1 1FDWhitechapel(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 16-Mar-2021)Link

Altab Ali Park, Adler Street, Shadwell, London E1 1FDWhitechapel Drinking Fountain(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 18-Mar-2021)Link

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Plaque Wording: (On the outer arch:) Believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be saved.
(On the inner arch:) Whosoever will let him take the water of life freely.
Erected 1860 by one unknown yet well known. Removed from old church railing and re-erected on present site AD 1879.

145 Whitecross Street, London EC1Y 8JLWhitecross Market(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 27-Apr-2017)Link

70B High Street Wimbledon, London SW19 5EEWimbledon Village(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 26-May-2022)Link

Pickfords Lane, London SE1 9LBWinchester Palace(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 26-Jun-2017)Link

West Green, Tottenham, London N15 5BQWindrush Memorial(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 25-Oct-2019)Link

281 Acton Lane, Chiswick, London W4 5DHWoolseys of Acton(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 17-Jun-2017)Link

38 Bolton Gardens, Chelsea, London SW5 0AQYouth Hostel Association(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 11-Oct-2022)Link

135 Rotherhithe Street, London SE16 4NF135 Rotherhithe Street(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 15-Aug-2017)Link

Holy Sepulchre Church, Holborn Viaduct, London EC1A 2DQ1st Drinking Fountain (Historical London) Sam Gurney (Politician)(Photos Taken: 03-May-2023)Link
Plaque Wording: {around the top}The gift of Sam Gurney M.P. 1859
{in the centre}The first metropolitan drinking fountain erected on Holborn Hill in 1809 and removed when the viaduct was constructed in 1867
{at the bottom}Replace the cup

59 Old Compton Street, Soho, London W1D 6HR2i Coffee Bar(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Feb-2018)Link

Ace Cafe, Ace Corner, North Circular Road, London NW10 7UDAce Cafe(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 23-Jun-2021)Link

Acton Fire Station, Gunnersbury Lane, London W3 8EAActon Fire Station (Historical London) Richard William Birkett (Civic Officer)(Photos Taken: 13-May-2022)Link

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Adelphi Terrace, London WC2NAdelphi Terrace (Historical London) John Adam (Architect) Robert Adam (Architect) Topham Beauclerk (Painter) Diana Beauclerk (Painter) David Garrick (Director) Richard D'Oyly Carte (Entrepreneur) Thomas Hardy (Poet) George Bernard Shaw (Author)Savage Club (Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Feb-2018)Link
Plaque Wording: The Adelphi This building stands on the site of Adelphi Terrace built by the brothers Adam in 1768 - 1774. Among the occupants of the Terrace were Topham and Lady Diana Beauclerk, David Garrick, Richard Doyly Carte, Thomas Hardy & George Bernard Shaw, The London School of Economics and Political Science and the Savage Club also had their premises here. LCC 1951

61 St Martins le Grand, St Pauls, London EC1A 4ERAldersgate Site(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 09-Sep-2016)Link

near 88 Fenchurch Street, London EC3M 4BYAldgate Pump(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 18-Mar-2021)Link
Plaque Wording: The Aldgate Pump A well for fresh drinking water has been on this site since the 13th century. The Aldgate Pump has long been a landmark point for visitors to east London, mentioned by Charles Dickens and in traditional rhyme and song. In 1876 the pump's water was connected to the mains water supply after the old well was found to be contaminated. The current Portland stone obelisk dates from the 18th century. The brass wolf's head spout is 19th century. The lantern on top is a handmade replica of the original lost around 1900. Repaired and restored in 2019 by the City of London with the assistance of the Heritage of London Trust and a gift from Miss Anthea Gray.

88 Aldgate High Street, London EC3N 1LHAldgate Site(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 21-Nov-2016)Link

5 Upper St Martin's Lane, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9EAAldridge's Horse Bazaar(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Nov-2021)Link

St Helen Garden, Lloyd Square, Clerkenwell, London WC1X 9BDAmwell Society(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 28-Feb-2019)Link

Angel Alley, 84b Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7QXAngel Alley(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 01-May-2019)Link

Angel Place, Borough, London SE1 1JAAngel Place (Marshalsea Prison)(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 04-Aug-2020)Link

1 Pauntley Street, Holloway, London N19 3TGArchway Toll Gate(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 30-Jan-2018)Link

7-9 Westmoreland Road, Walworth, London SE17 2AXArments(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 24-May-2019)Link

139 Addiscombe Road, Croydon CR0 6SJAshleigh and India Houses(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 15-Jun-2017)Link

65 Kings Cross Road, London WC1X 9LWBagnigge House(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 11-May-2022)Link

13 Angel Mews, Shadwell, London E1 0DHBattle of Cable Street(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 05-Mar-2021)Link

3-5 Dock Street, Stepney, London E1 8JNBattle of Cable Street(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 09-Aug-2016)Link

New Cross Inn, 323 New Cross Road, London SE14 6ASBattle of Lewisham(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 14-Sep-2018)Link

22 Chittys Lane, Dagenham RM8 1UPBecontree Estate(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 24-May-2018)Link

Bloomsbury Square, Holborn, London WC1A 2RJBedford Estate(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 04-Jun-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: Dined at my Lord Treasurer's, the Earle of Southampton, in Bloomsbury where he was building a noble square or piazza, a little towne" John Evelyn's diary, 1665.

Pitfield Street, Hoxton, London N1 6BTBeloved Friend Trough(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Jul-2020)Link

49 Chagford Street, Marylebone, London NW1 6PUBentley Motor Car(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Feb-2018)Link

385 Cambridge Heath Road, Bethnal Green, London E2 9RABethnal Green Town Hall (Historical London) Alfred Fisk Barnard (Civic Officer)(Photos Taken: 21-Jun-2022)Link

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101 Queen Victoria Street, London EC4V 4EHBlacksmiths Hall Site(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 28-Oct-2016)Link

Regents Canal Towpath, London NW1Blow-up bridge(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 08-Jun-2020)Link

The Floral Hall, Stoney Street, Borough Market, London SE1 1TLBorough Market(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 02-Jul-2017)Link

8 Fairfield Road, Bow, London E3 2QBBow Fairfield(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 03-Dec-2019)Link

Metropolitan Police 111-117 Bow Road, London E3 2ANBow Heritage Trail(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 30-Aug-2018)Link

Bradmore House, Queen Caroline Street, Hammersmith, London W6 9YEBradmore House(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 11-Dec-2020)Link

Railway Bridge, Bow Common Lane, London E3 4BH British Electricity Authority(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 17-May-2022)Link

Brook Farm Open Space, Totteridge, London N20 8QRBrook Farm Open Space Pavilion Fire(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 01-Oct-2019)Link

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Near Camp Road, Wimbledon Common, London SW19 4UN Caesar's Camp(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 26-May-2022)Link

200 Brent Street, Hendon, London NW4 1BQCattle Pound of Hendon(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 21-Aug-2017)Link

15 Well Walk, Hampstead, London NW3 1BTChalybeate Well(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 15-May-2019)Link

Charles Square, Hoxton, London N1 6HNCharles Square(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Jul-2020)Link

2 Fairfield Grove, Charlton, London SE7 8TYCharlton housing estate(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 01-Sep-2016)Link

Albert Bridge Gardens, Chelsea, London SW3 5TRChelsea Embankment(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Jul-2020)Link

Chelsea Old Town Hall, King's Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 5EEChelsea Old Town Hall(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 09-Jul-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: {left-hand plaque}Metropolitan Borough of Chelsea
{right-hand plaque}Erected 1906-8
W. J. Mulvey JP - Mayor 1905-6
Hon. W. Sidney JP - Mayor 1906-8
Maj. W. F. Woods JP - Chairm. of Comtee. Thomas Holland - Town Clerk ES

76a Chiltern Street, Marylebone, London W1U 5ABChiltern Garage (Marylebone's 1st car park)(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 14-Jun-2020)Link

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32 Gerrard Street, Soho, London W1D 6JAChinese Lions (Historical London)Duke of Gloucester (Royalty)King Charles III (Prince Charles) (Royalty) Camilla Parker Bowles (Duchess of Cornwall) (Royalty)(Photos Taken: 19-Jun-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: {Bottom Right} This plaque is presented with much pleasure by China Travel Services (H.K.) Ltd to commemorate the unveiling of two Chinese Lions by HRH the Duke of Gloucester on the 29 October 1985 (during the quatercentenary year of the City of Westminster) at the formal opening of Gerrard Street China Town. The unveiling ceremony was attended by His Excellency Hu Ding Yi the Ambassador of The People's Republic of China, the Right Worshipful the Lord Mayor of Westminster Councillor Roger Bramble, Mr Colvyn Haye, CBE, the Hong Kong Commissioner and Mr Harry Chi-Cheung Lee President of the China Town Chinese Association (London).
The two Chinese Lions were generously donated by the People's Republic of China. The Sculpture of the Chinese characters on the Gateways were sponsored by the Hong Kong Government. The Chinese Couplets on the Gateways were composed by Mr B. Tran Huynh. The 29th day October 1985.
{on Left}This plaque was unveiled on 7th February 2000 by HRH the Prince of Wales on the occasion of the Royal Visit to London Chinatown to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year of the Dragon Millennium 2000. Presented by Mr Tim Yau, MBE, President London Chinatown Chinese Association.
{Top Right} This plaque was laid by Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall on Thursday 1st November 2007 with warmest affection from Mr Chu Ting Tang, President The London Chinatown Chinese Association and The Chinese Community in Britain

64 Chisenhale Road, Bow, London E3 5RGChisenhale Works(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 11-Dec-2019)Link

Caveside Close, Old Hill, Chislehurst, London BR7 5NLChislehurst Caves(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 21-Aug-2016)Link

Chiswick Square, Chiswick, London W4 2QGChiswick Square(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 18-Mar-2016)Link

11 Dunns Lane, Upton upon Severn, Worcester WR8 0HZCholera Epidemic(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 01-Jul-1997)Link

Heathside Preparatory School, 16 New End, Hampstead, London NW3 1JACholera not in Hampstead(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 08-May-2019)Link
Plaque Wording: This building was erected by voluntary contributions for a dispensary and soup kitchen. It was intended as a thank-offering to Almighty God for his special mercy in sparing this parish during the visitation of cholera in the year 1849. The site was purchased in 1850 and the building completed in 1853. He shall deliver thee from the noisome pestilence. Thomas Ainger M.A. Incumbent

7 Vestry Road, Walthamstow, London E17 9NHChurch Common(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 01-Jun-2018)Link

1 Princes Street, London EC2R 8BPCity of London Police District(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 20-Mar-2024)Link

112 City Road, Shoreditch, London EC1VCity Road Turnpike(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 06-Feb-2018)Link

Bush Hill, Winchmore Hill, London N21 2BNClarendon Arch(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Jan-2021)Link
Plaque Wording: This bank of earth was raised and formed to support the Channel of the New River. And the frame of timber and lead which served that purpose 173 years was removed and taken away.
MDCCLXXXVI {1786} Peter Holford Esquire, Governor

4 St Anne's Court, Soho, London W1F 0BAClarion House(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 12-Jun-2020)Link

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16 Farringdon Lane, Clerkenwell, London EC1RClerks Well(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 06-Feb-2018)Link

Clink Prison Museum, 1 Clink Street, London SE1 9DGClink Prison(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 02-Jul-2017)Link

Clink Prison Museum, 1 Clink Street, London SE1 9DGClink Prison(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 26-Jun-2017)Link

Commodity Quay, St. Katharine Docks, London E1W 1AZCommodity Quay(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 22-Jun-2022)Link

102 Farringdon Road, London EC1R 3EACoppice Row Turnpike(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 09-Mar-2016)Link

opposite 32 Cornhill, London EC3V 3SGCornhill Water Pump(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 27-Dec-2019)Link

near 31 Claremont Road, Surbiton, Surrey KT6 4QRCoronation Clock Tower(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 30-May-2017)Link

16 Bryanstone Road, Crouch End, London N8 8TNCoronation Decorations(Historical London )(Photos Taken: 29-Aug-2019)Link

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194 Brighton Road, Coulsdon, London CR5 2NFCoulsdon Comrades Club(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 30-Aug-2016)Link

Globe Road Open Space, Globe Road, Bethnal Green, London E2 0LECraft School(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Dec-2019)Link

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10a Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch, London EC2A 3NTCredit Crunch Monster(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 30-Aug-2018)Link

Roman House, Wood Street, London EC2Y 5AGCripplegate Site(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 09-Sep-2016)Link

St Margaret's Church, St Margaret Street, London SW1P 3JXCromwell Association (Historical London)Reburied Regicides (Historical London)(Photos Taken: 18-Mar-2024)Link
Plaque Wording: This tablet is erected by the Cromwell Association to the memory of the undermentioned whose remains were disinterred from Westminster Abbey at the time of the restoration of King Charles II and were in September 1661 buried in this churchyard of St Margaret's....

Redcross Way, London SE1 1TACross Bones Graveyard(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 22-Mar-2016)Link

Drovers Road and Selsdon Road, Croydon CR2Croydon Cattle Market(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 24-May-2016)Link

St Alphage Garden, London EC2Y 5ELCurriers Hall(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 21-Jan-2019)Link

Cutty Sark, King William Walk, Greenwich, London SE10 9HTCutty Sark: James Wallace suicide(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 01-Sep-2016)Link
Plaque Wording: Near this spot, Captain James Wallace committed suicide by stepping over the rail and into the Java Sea. 9th September 1880

10 Church End, Walthamstow, London E17 9RJDecayed Tradesmen(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 01-Jun-2018)Link

Creek Road, Greenwich, London SE8Deptford Creek (River Ravensbourne)(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 04-May-2017)Link

Deptford Fire Station, 186 Evelyn Street, London SE8 5DBDeptford Fire Station(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 09-Mar-2024)Link

Parliament Square, London SW1P 3JXDispuut House of Lords(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 18-Mar-2024)Link
Plaque Wording: Dispuut House of Lords IIe Lustrum Rotterdam 06.11.1982 Londen 29.04.1993

Surrey Quays Road, Canada Water, London SE16 2XUDockmanagers Office(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 09-Jul-2017)Link

near Bonner Gate, Victoria Park, London E9Dogs of Alcibiades(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 14-Aug-2017)Link

City of London Dragon Western Boundary Mark, Temple, London EC4Y 9BSDragon boundary mark City of London West (Historical London) Ralph Edgar Perring (Entrepreneur)(Photos Taken: 26-Aug-2019)Link
Plaque Wording: City of London. The Dragons represent a constituent part of the armorial bearings of the City of London and have been erected to indicate the Western Boundary of the City. This commemorative plaque was unveiled by The Rt Hon The Lord Mayor Sir Ralph Edgar Perring on 16th October 1963.

Drill Hall, 16 Chenies Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 7EX Drill Hall(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 04-Jun-2020)Link

Drill Hall, 16 Chenies Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 7EX Drill Hall Soldiers(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 04-Jun-2020)Link

Kings Arms, 23 Poland Street, Soho, London W1F 8QL Ancient Order of Druids(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Feb-2018)Link

Montague Close, London Bridge, London SE1 1NLEarly London Bridges(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 04-Aug-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: The plaques have disappeared from the stones, and the wording is shown in the link to London Remembers

Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London SE18 6STEast & West Riverside Guardroom(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 24-Oct-2023)Link

Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London SE18 6STEast & West Riverside Guardroom(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 23-Jul-2023)Link

East India Dock Road, near Blackwall Tunnel Approach, London E14 9PPEast India Dock Company (Historical London)King George III (Royalty)(Photos Taken: 17-May-2022)Link
Plaque Wording: Under auspices of our most gracious sovereign George III the sanction of His Majesty's government and the patronage of the East India Company these wet docks appropriated to the commerce of India and ships in that employ were accomplished in those eventful years MDCCCIV, MDCCCV, MDCCCVI the first stone being laid March IV, MDCCCIV. They were opened by the introduction of five ships from 1,200 to 800 tons with valuable cargoes.
On IV August MDCCCVI the grand undertaking in the laudable endeavours of the managing owners of ships in the company's service and the important national objects of increased security to property and revenue combined with improved accommodation, economy and despatch were thus early realised....

73 East Street, Walworth, London SE17 2DHEast Street Market(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Feb-2019)Link

Army Reserve Centre, Deansbrook Road, Edgware HA8 9BAEdgware Turnpike(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 23-Nov-2017)Link

15 Occupation Road, Walworth, London SE17 3BEElectric Lighting Station Walworth(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Mar-2020)Link

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15 Occupation Road, Walworth, London SE17 3BEElectric Lighting Station Walworth(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Mar-2020)Link

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30 Brompton Square, London SW3 2ADElgers Freehold Land(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 11-Jun-2015)Link

Harrow Arts Centre, 171 Uxbridge Road, Hatch End, London HA5 4EAElliott Hall(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Jun-2018)Link

64 High Street, Pinner HA5 5QAElthorne Gate(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Jun-2018)Link

321 Chase Road, Southgate, London N14 6JTEnfield Chace(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 26-Jan-2018)Link

Newbury Park Bus Shelter, Ilford IG2 7RNFestival of Britain(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 26-Apr-2021)Link

South Row and The Paragon, Blackheath, London SE3 0PAFestival of Britain(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Mar-2020)Link

Somerford Grove Estate, Hackney Downs, London N16 7TNFestival of Britain(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 09-Oct-2019)Link

Hogarth Court, St Pancras Way, London NW1 9EHFestival of Britain(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 24-Aug-2019)Link

213 Oxford Street, London W1D 2LFFestival of Britain(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 16-Jun-2020)Link

Queen Adelaide Court, St John's Road, Penge, London SE20 7JLFestival of Britain(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 19-Jan-2020)Link

12 Churchill Gardens Road, Pimlico, London SW1V 3DNFestival of Britain(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 05-Sep-2019)Link

White City Station, Wood Lane, London W12 7RHFestival of Britain(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 26-May-2022)Link

Central Avenue, London SW11 4NJFestival of Britain(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 29-Mar-2016)Link

269 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 7JRFirst Kilburn Bridge(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 17-May-2019)Link

Halton Mansions, 1 Braes Street, Islington, London N1 2ABFirst state-aided housing in Islington(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 30-Jun-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: This stone was erected the 8th of January 1921 in the Mayoralty of E H King Esq., J.P. to commemorate the first state-aided housing scheme commenced in the Borough of Islington. CGE Fletcher, C.B.E. Town Clerk ECP Monson, F.R.I.B.A., architect Rice and Son, builders.

Pedestrian Bridge, Old Ford Road and Crown Close, Bow, London E3 2JQFish Island(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 11-Dec-2019)Link
Plaque Wording: Leaside - Gateway to Fish Island Funded through Leaside Regeneration Ltd SRB4 Programme - London Development Agency - Tower Hamlets - Transport for London Street Management - This project is being part-financed by the European Community European Regional Development Fund - Groundwork Hackney

Terrace Gardens, Richmond Hill, Richmond TW10 6RHFish Marker Stone(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 13-Jun-2021)Link

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62 Bouverie Street, Temple, London EC4Y 1HTFleet Street Heritage Sundial(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 11-Dec-2022)Link

12 Folgate Street, Spitalfields, London E1 6UHFolgate Street Houses(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 16-Mar-2021)Link

1 Arboretum Place, Barking IG11 7GUFolly Wall(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Feb-2022)Link

2 Kings Road, Chingford, London E4 7EYFormer Chingford Fire Station(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 15-Jun-2018)Link

Guildhall Yard, London EC2V 5AAFreemasons(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 20-Mar-2024)Link

Juxon House, 100 St. Pauls Churchyard, London EC4M 8BUFreemasons(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 09-Aug-2016)Link

12 Masons Avenue, Guildhall, London EC2R 5ANFreemasons(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 28-Feb-2024)Link

Southwark Bridge underbridge, London SE1 9HAFrost Fairs(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 27-Jul-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: {top left}The final Frost Fair was held in 1814. The construction of a new London Bridge with broader spans for shipping improved the flow of the tides. The Thames no longer froze over and the Frost Fairs were no more.
{top right}Sleds, sliding with skeetes, a bull-baiting, horse and coach races, puppet plays and interludes, cooks, tippling, and other lewd places ... a Bacchanalian triumph or carnival on the water.
{bottom left}Tankards of beer, ale, brandy, a dish of famous new-made coffee, tea or chocolate, Roast beef, plum cake; hot codlins, pancakes, duck, goose and sack, Rabbit, capon, Turkey and wooden Jack.
{bottom right}After the construction of London Bridge in 1468 its narrow arches slowed the Thames sufficiently for the water to freeze over in severe winters. During the freeze of 1664 the people of London took to the ice for what became the first ever Frost Fair.

Cricklewood Lane, opposite Elm Grove, London NW2 3AEGaltymore(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 02-Dec-2022)Link

23 Godstone Road, Kenley, Surrey CR8 5AGGardners Pleasure Resort(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 15-Jun-2017)Link

near 8 Change Alley, London EC3V 9AZGarraways Coffee House(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 29-Jun-2017)Link

Gasholders, 1 Lewis Cubitt Square, London N1C 4BYGasholders Pancras Gasworks(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 05-Mar-2021)Link

1 North Road, Highgate, London N6 4BDGatehouse Highgate(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 15-May-2019)Link

The Bowlby Centre, 1 Highbury Crescent, London N5 1RN First Gay Rights Demo(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 06-Feb-2018)Link

1 Princes Street, London EC2R 8BPGeneral Letter Office(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 30-Jun-2015)Link

Gerald Road, Belgravia, London SW1W 9EQGerald Road Police Station(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 13-Feb-2018)Link

7 Golden Yard, Hampstead, London NW3 6UHGolden Yard(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 08-May-2019)Link
Plaque Wording: Golden Yard is derived from "Goulding" the family who dwelt in the Yard for about 200 years.
The first copyhold grant of 20 Rods was made by the then Lord of the Manor of Hamstede Sir Robert Wroth to Henerye Gouldingy "by the Rod at the Will of the Lord according to the custom of the said Manor by Fealty Suit of Court" in the last quarter of the 16th Century.
The area was then largely a disused sand pit, the sand no doubt used in the expansion of Elizabethan London.
Its upper boundary was along the east side of the now Holly Mount and its lower boundary along the then Cloth Hill, later called the High Road and finally Heath Street. The first cottage in which the Gouldings lived was No. 6 the yearly rental value of which was assessed in 1646 at £3.
Henry Goulding was married at the Parish Church in 1574 to Agne Bolden and they had at least 6 children, the 3rd son Edward married at the age of 12 to a local girl Elizabeth Lacraft in 1601, at which time the population of Hampstead was under 200.
Other residences were erected here by the Goulding family in the late 17th and early 18th centuries, by which time this was called "Goulding's Yard." An entry in 1758 gives the names of those entitled to use "the said Pump in the yard for water, the common necessary house and watercourses".
The properties were sold in 1779 by Sarah Goulding (then a Mrs Brown) to John Bitton, upon whose death in 1822 and as directed in his Will the small estate was sold separately, his beneficiary living at that time in Benham Place close by.
Compiled from the Manorial and other Rolls, Parish Church Register, old Title Deeds and Maps, 1960, E.R. Levett, 6 Golden Yard.

Swakeleys Rd, Ickenham, Uxbridge UB10 8DQGospel Tree(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 28-May-2018)Link

Cheapside, London EC2V 6EEGreat Conduit(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 22-Oct-2020)Link

7 Old Compton Street, Soho, London W1D 5JEGreat Dangaroo Flood(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 16-Jun-2020)Link

near West Carriage Drive, Hyde Park, London SW7 1QHGreat Exhibition(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 22-May-2019)Link

near South Carriage Drive, Hyde Park, London SW7Great Exhibition(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 19-Jun-2014)Link

near South Carriage Drive, Hyde Park, London W1JGreat Exhibition(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 30-Jan-2019)Link

near South Carriage Drive, Hyde Park, London SW7Great Exhibition(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 19-Jun-2014)Link

68 Tooley Street, London SE1 2TFGreat Fire of Tooley Street(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 21-Jul-2020)Link

2 Walnut Road, Leyton, London E10 5TEGreat Forest of Essex(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 22-Jan-2020)Link

Great Maze Pond, Southwark, London SE1 9GUGreat Maze Pond(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 28-Feb-2019)Link

13 Great Ormond Street, Holborn, London WC1N 3RAGreat Ormond Street(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 04-Jun-2020)Link

Greenwich Market, 7a College Approach, London SE10 9HYGreenwich Market(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 04-May-2017)Link

141 Greenwich High Road, London SE10 8JAGreenwich Town Hall(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 18-May-2017)Link

Saddlers Mead Recreation Ground, off Clonard Way, Hatch End HA5 4BUGrim's Dyke(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Jun-2018)Link

Montesole Playing Fields, Uxbridge Road, Pinner HA5 3LPGrim's Dyke(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Jun-2018)Link

Senators Lodge, 300 Roman Road, Bow, London E3 5RQGrove Road Toll Bar(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 11-Dec-2019)Link

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Regents Canal Towpath, Camden Town, London NW1 8AFGuilders Stone(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 13-Dec-2019)Link

244-278 Crondall Street, London N1 6JFGunpowder Plot(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 22-Mar-2016)Link

73 Pitfield Street, Hoxton, London N1 6BTHaberdashers Place(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Jul-2020)Link

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73 Pitfield Street, Hoxton, London N1 6BTWorshipful Company of Haberdashers (Trade Group)Haberdashers Place (Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Jul-2020)Link

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Queen Caroline St, Hammersmith, London W6 9BZHammersmith Drawdock(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 19-Mar-2018)Link

Lauriston Road, South Hackney, London E9 7LHHappy Married Life Trough(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 13-Dec-2019)Link

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Plaque Wording: The gift of L.S. and B.S. to commemorate 25 years of happy married life, 1881.

outside Bombay Central, 328 High Road, Harrow HA3 6HSHarow Weald Stone(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 28-Oct-2022)Link

Yardley Forest Nursery, Yardley Lane, Epping Forest, London E4 7RSHawkwood Lodge(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 15-Jun-2018)Link

6 Hay's Lane, London Bridge, London SE1 2HBHay's Wharf(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 21-Jul-2020)Link

12 New Burlington Street, Mayfair, London W1S 3BFHeathcoat House(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 14-Jun-2020)Link

outside 88 Fleet Road, Hampstead, London NW3 2QTHidden River(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 15-Dec-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: Hidden River 1860s. The River Fleet runs under your feet. This subterranean stream flows from the Hampstead and Highgate ponds to the River Thames

Inverforth House, North End Way, Hampstead, London NW3 7EUHill Garden Shelter(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 28-Jan-2019)Link

40 Hillfield Park, Muswell Hill, London N10 3QSHillfield Park House of the Century(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 12-Sep-2019)Link

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84 Mayton Street, Holloway, London N7 6QTHolloway Fire Brigade Station(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 27-May-2019)Link

55 Narrow Street, Limehouse, London E14 8DP John Redwood (Politician)Horseferry Mews (Historical London)(Photos Taken: 09-Mar-2024)Link

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Hyde Park, London W2 2ARHyde Park Conduit(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 12-Nov-2019)Link

Redwood Close, Southgate, London N14 6HWIce Wells(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 26-Jan-2018)Link

111 Lisson Grove, Marylebone, London NW1 6UPImproving Dwellings(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Jun-2020)Link

Pancras Lane, London EC4NInstitute of Taxation Site(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 30-Jun-2015)Link

5 West Street, London WC2H 9NQIvy Restaurant(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 17-Jan-2017)Link

The Circle, 15 Queen Elizabeth Street, London SE1 2JEJacob the dray horse(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Aug-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: Jacob, the Circle dray horse
The famous Courage dray horses were stabled on this site from the early nineteenth century and delivered beer around London from the brewery on Horselydown Lane by Tower Bridge. In the sixteenth century the area became known as Horselydown, which derives from 'horse-lie-down', a description of working horses resting before crossing London Bridge into the City of London.
Jacob was commissioned by Jacobs Island Company and Farlane Properties as the centrepiece of the Circle to commemorate the history of the site. He was flown over London by helicopter into Queen Elizabeth Street to launch the Circle in October 1987.

3 Dove Road, Dalston, London N1 3PLJahncke Ltd(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Jul-2020)Link

417 Wick Lane, Bow, London E3 2JJJohn Kidd and Co(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 11-Dec-2019)Link
Plaque Wording: The roll of honour John Kidd & Co Ltd. In memory of those who gave their lives in the World War 1939 - 1945 their name liveth for evermore.
Baines Alfred J Lieut Essex Reg May 1940 France
Black William E Bombadier RA Sept 1944 Malaya
Fisher Joseph Pte RAMC Dec 1944 Italy
Greenaway Stanley F Gunner RA Jan 1943 Singapore
Hawkins Edward L Pte Cambs Feb 1942 Singapore
Richards George F Caretaker Sept 1940 London
Richards Ann Mary his wife Sept 1940 London
Tenwick William J E Able Seaman RN June 1944 At Sea

78 Wood Street, Walthamstow, London E17 3HXJones Butchers Shop(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 01-Jun-2018)Link

70 Cowcross Street, Clerkenwell, London EC1M 6EJKeevil and Best(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 18-Jul-2017)Link

Kensal House, Ladbroke Grove, North Kensington, London W10 5BQKensal House (Historical London) Maxwell Fry (Architect)(Photos Taken: 27-Apr-2019)Link
Plaque Wording: Designed by the eminent Architect Maxwell Fry in 1937, Kensal House was hailed at the time as the first "modern" housing scheme in Britain.
Kensal House forged new frontiers for social housing in several innovative ways. Built by the Gas, Light and Coke Company to house its work force and their families, it was the British attempt to produce a self-contained and self-supporting community. With its own nursery and residents social club, containing sewing rooms and workshops, the fame of Kensal House spread far and wide.
Kensal House was also built as a practical demonstration of the economic use of gas, the comprehensive use of which throughout the flats was included in the weekly rent of 11s 6d.
Kensal House is now a Grade II Listed Building and in 1991/1992 was provided with much needed environmental and security improvements with monies provided under the Governments "Estate Action" programme and by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
Ten years later, modernisation works were carried out in 2001/02 funded by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. These works provided residents with new double glazed windows, new kitchens, new insulated roofs and large scale concrete repairs were undertaken to the building structure.

Forest Ridge, Bromley, Keston BR2 6EGKeston Park(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 01-Aug-2023)Link

50 Kilburn High Rd, London NW6 4HJKilburn Wells(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 03-May-2015)Link

42 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 4HJKilburn Wells Spa(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 17-May-2019)Link

Lister House, Railway Terrace, Lewisham, London SE13 7XHLadywell(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Mar-2020)Link

148 Ladywell Road, London SE13 7HULadywell Mineral Spring(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 26-May-2016)Link

Venn Park, Black Prince Road, Lambeth, London SE11 6JFLambeth Tenements(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 04-Sep-2023)Link

62-64 Hampstead Road, London NW1 2NTLaurence Corner(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Jun-2020)Link

Leadenhall Market, London EC3V 1LTLeadenhall Market(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 06-May-2015)Link

1 Richmond Road, Dalston, London E8 4AALenthal Works(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 05-Dec-2019)Link

Lesnes Abbey, Abbey Road, Abbey Wood, London DA17 5DLLesnes Abbey(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 04-Jul-2017)Link

Lesnes Abbey, Abbey Road, Abbey Wood, London DA17 5DLRoesia of Dover (Misc)Richard de Luci (Nobleman)Lesnes Abbey (Historical London)(Photos Taken: 04-Jul-2017)Link
Plaque Wording: The Burial Place of the heart of Roesia of Dover Great Great Grand-daughter of the founder of this abbey Richard de Lucy

Headstone Lane, Harrow, London HA3 6PELetchford House(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Jun-2018)Link

near 8 Stone Buildings, New Square, Lincolns Inn Archway, London WC2A 2JDLincoln's Inn Wall(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 20-Mar-2024)Link

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19 Tufnell Park Road, London N7 0PGListed House(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 25-May-2019)Link

Kew Road & Church Road,, Richmond TW9 2QEListed Milestone(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 20-Jul-2023)Link

Edgware Road near to Hyde Estate Road, Colindale, London NW9 6JXListed Milestone(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 25-Oct-2021)Link

15 Lombard Street, London EC3V 9AHLloyds Coffee House(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 25-Jun-2015)Link

The Urswick School, Paragon Road, Hackney, London E9 6NRLoddiges Nursery(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 25-May-2017)Link

Victoria Park, Hackney Wick, London E9 5HPLondon Bridge Alcoves(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 13-Dec-2019)Link

Victoria Park, Hackney Wick, London E9 5HPLondon Bridge Alcoves(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 13-Dec-2019)Link

2 Tooley Street, London Bridge, London SE1 2APLondon Bridge old approach road(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 04-Aug-2020)Link

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172 Aldersgate Street, Barbican, London EC1A 4HULondon House Site(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 28-Oct-2016)Link

61 Watling Street, London EC4M 9DGLondon Salvage Corps(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 20-Mar-2024)Link

Tower Hill Garden, Tower of London, London EC3N 1JYLondon Wall(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Mar-2021)Link

Aldgate Square, Aldgate High Street, London EC3N 1AFLondon Wall(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 24-Jan-2023)Link

43 Carnaby Street, London W1F 7EALord John(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 31-Dec-2018)Link

1 Lower Marsh, Waterloo, London SE1 7NTLower Marsh(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 12-Mar-2020)Link

40 Ludgate Hill, London EC4M 7DELudgate Site(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 28-Oct-2016)Link

Lyons Walk & Hammersmith Road, Hammersmith, London W14 8SBLyons Walk Soc(Historical London )(Photos Taken: 18-Sep-2019)Link

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288 Kew Road, Richmond, Surrey TW9 3DUMaids of Honour(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 13-May-2016)Link

Royal Arsenal, Beresford Street, Greenwich, London SE18 4BGMain Guardhouse(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 01-Sep-2016)Link

Finsbury Park, London N4 2NQManor House Lodge(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 09-Mar-2021)Link

Sanellan Court, 1 Mapesbury Road, London NW2 4HXMapesbury Prebendary (Historical London) Thomas Brock (Sculptor) Henri de Montpezat (Prince Consort of Denmark) (Royalty)(Photos Taken: 23-Mar-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: (Note by John Mann, Historian): It says this house is on the site of the prebend which goes back to the times of Henry VIII [first half 16C]
This is wrong by two or three hundred yards and almost four centuries.
The area of the prebend was roughly the area bounded by Willesden Lane, Walm lane, and Shoot up Hill. The moated manor house was about half way between Deerhurst and Coverdale Roads with its main exit on to Willesden Lane [known until 19C as Mapes Lane]. In 19C the manor house garden extended as far as Chatsworth.
Walter Map after whom the prebend and the manor estate are named lived and flourished in the time of Henry II [ie second half of 12C] who spent most of his reign in France about half of which belonged to him or his wife. Map was an almost man in both church and state, who wrote satirical sketches about court life. H II's sons included Richard the Lion Heart and bad king John who was the one who was forced to sign Magna Carta which was really about rights for barons not rights for you and me.

Angel Place to Tennis Street, Borough, London SE1 1JAMarshalsea Prison(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 04-Aug-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: Both the Surrey County and Marshalsea Prisons had a long, thin site running towards the present Tennis Street.
This site had been occupied by The Surrey County or White Lion Prison until 1799.

Angel Place to Tennis Street, Borough, London SE1 1JAMarshalsea Prison(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 04-Aug-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: John Dickens, the father of Charles Dickens, was imprisoned here for debt from February to March 1824

Angel Place to Tennis Street, Borough, London SE1 1JAMarshalsea Prison(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 04-Aug-2020)Link

Angel Place to Tennis Street, Borough, London SE1 1JAMarshalsea Prison(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 04-Aug-2020)Link

8 Wyndham Place, Marylebone, London W1H 1PPQueen Elizabeth II (Royalty)Marylebone precinct (Historical London)(Photos Taken: 15-Jun-2020)Link

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near 15 Gloucester Gate, Regents Park, London NW1 4HGMatilda Fountain (Historical London) Joseph Durham (Sculptor)(Photos Taken: 01-Jan-1970)Link
Plaque Wording: Saint Pancras Middlesex. This fountain and works connected therewith were presented to the Metropolitan Drinking Fountain Association on the 3d day of August 1878 by Matilda wife of Richard Kent esq. Junior Churchwarden 1878. The figure now cast in bronze was designed by Joseph Durham ARA {roman date unreadable}

31-33 Shepherd Market, London W1J 7PTMay Fair(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 09-May-2015)Link

14 Denmark Hill, Camberwell Green, London SE5 8RZMilestone Denmark Hill(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 15-Mar-2022)Link

72 Moorgate, London EC2M 5QXMoor Gate Site(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 28-Oct-2016)Link

48 Gracechurch Street, London EC3V 0EJNational Provident Institution(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Apr-2024)Link

145 Whitfield Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 5ERNepali Community(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 30-Jan-2018)Link

New River Path, Finsbury Park, London N4 1EQ New River(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 25-May-2019)Link

Entrance pIllars to Claremont Close, Islington, London N1 9LU New River Company(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 30-Jun-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: The road beyond this point is the property of the New River Company

Newham Town Hall, 328 Barking Road, East Ham, London E6 2RPNewham Town Hall(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Feb-2022)Link

Randall Court, Page Street, Mill Hill, London NW7 2NJNicoll Family(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 22-Sep-2017)Link

Salisbury Street & Samford Streeet, St John's Wood, London NW8 8PYNightingale Street Buildings(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 05-Nov-2021)Link

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Wick Lane / Dace Road, Bow, London E3 2NQNorthern Outfall Sewer (Historical London) Joseph Bazalgette (Engineer)(Photos Taken: 11-Dec-2019)Link
Plaque Wording: Northern Outfall Sewer, part of London's main drainage system, constructed mid 19th century by Sir Joseph Bazalgette, engineer of the Metropolitan Board of Works.

Spencer Walk, Hampstead, London NW3 1QFNorway House(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 31-Jan-2019)Link
Plaque Wording: On this site stood Norway House and Norway Yard. By the beginning of the 19th century this fine house set in its own large garden, had become a famous boarding academy for young gentlemen. We know that in 1805 the school was run by Bidmead & Johnson, but by 1840 control was in the hands of James Hessey. There is a story in Mary Hill's "Hampstead in Light and Shade" of bread and apples being smuggled in to the hungry pupils by a kindly maidservant. The house and garden underwent further changes of use before being swept away in 1931 to make room for a garage. At a point nearby coaches set-off for London when Hampstead was a country town. Erected by the Hampstead Plaque Fund

12 Hollen Street, Soho, London W1F 8ZYNovello's printing works(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 20-Jun-2020)Link

Linden Grove, Nunhead, London SE15 3LPNunhead Cemetery(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 18-May-2017)Link

26 Whitehall, London SW1A 2WHOld Admiralty Building(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 27-May-2016)Link
Plaque Wording: In the mid 16th century this site was the timber yard for the nearby Whitehall Palace. In 1560 Sir Francis Knollys, Treasurer of the Royal Household, leased the land to "buylde a convenient house", which later passed to his son, Viscount Wallingford, becoming known as Wallingford House. In 1622 George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, the Lord High Admiral, purchased Wallingford House and so began an association between the site and the direction of the Royal Navy that lasted for some 350 years. Sir Christopher Wren recommended this site for the first planned Admiralty Office, which opened in 1695. The builder, John Evans, became Navy Board Purveyor but his building soon failed to meet the Admiralty's growing needs. The present building was designed by the Master Carpenter, Thomas Ripley, and completed in 1726 (at an "Expence that hath very much exceeded the Estimate"), becoming known as Ripley Block. The screen wall facing Whitehall was designed in 1760 by the great Scottish architect, Robert Adam. In 1826 "in" and "out" side entrances were added to allow easier access for the carriage of the Duke of Clarence, later King William IV, but the screen was restored to its original condition in 1923. The building contains the room where Nelson's body lay overnight 8th/9th January 1806, before his funeral. It also contains the Admiralty Board Room, a survivor from Evans' building of 1695, with its finely carved overmantel, attributed to Grinling Gibbons' workshop, depicting ancient nautical instruments. The Board Room boasts an imposing table, with a cut out portion to accommodate the Secretary and his papers. The wind dial, controlled by a vane on the roof , and the carving have survived from the 1695 building. The room was expertly repaired after being damaged by a bomb in World War 2. From here the worldwide affairs of the Royal Navy were run for centuries by " the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty" until they were replaced, on the formation of the Ministry of Defence in 1964, by the "Admiralty Board of the Defence Council". The board still occasionally meets in the Old Admiralty Board Room.

Festival Gardens, St. Paul's Churchyard, London EC4M 8ADOld Change(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 02-Jan-2020)Link

43 Netherford Road, Clapham, London SW4 6AFOld Court House Clapham(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 18-Nov-2019)Link

90 High Street, Harrow on the Hill, London HA1 3LPOld Fire Station Harrow(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 18-Jun-2018)Link

50 Well Walk, Hampstead, London NW3 1BTOld Hampstead Pumproom(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 08-May-2019)Link

90-92 Three Colt Street, London E14 8APOld Limehouse(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 09-Mar-2024)Link

St Alphage Garden, Barbican, London EC2Y 5DEOld Roman London Wall(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 15-Oct-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: ...St Alphage...ning parts of...Old Roman City Wall Closed by act of parliament. Laid out as a garden 1872
. George Kemp MA - Rector William Smith, G. R. Tattershall -Churchwardens

Paddington Exchange, Hermitage Street, London W2 1PWPaddington Old Town Hall(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 31-Dec-2018)Link

14 Keystone Crescent, Islington, London N1 9DSParish Marker (Clerkenwell) (Historical London)St Michael's Islington (Churches etc)(Photos Taken: 30-Jun-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: {top plaque} The parish of Clerkenwell extends 27 feet westward.
Thos Haynes Parker Wm Croft Fish Churchwardens, 1845.
{{bottom plaque} St. M. I.
James Wagstaff
John Savage
John Shadgett
Churchwardens, 1855

outside 50A Haverstock Hill, London NW3 2BHParish Marker (Hampstead)(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 22-Jan-2022)Link
Plaque Wording: Hampstead Parish - Centre of the Road - 1896

Boundary Road & Finchley Road, Lonon NW8 0RUParish Marker (Hampstead)(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 14-Dec-2021)Link
Plaque Wording: The Boundary of the Hampstead Parish extends ?ft 8ins South From This Stone

near 176b Westbourne Grove, London W11 2AJParish Marker (Paddington 3)(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 27-Apr-2023)Link
Plaque Wording: No 20 M B P 1900 in the centre of the roads opposite is the county of Paddington

near 742 Kilburn Lane, London W10 4AEParish Marker (Paddington)(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 02-Feb-2022)Link

Lansdowne Place and Tudor Road, Croydon SE19Parish Marker Post Penge(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 01-Jun-2017)Link

Church Lane & Mitcham Road, Toooting, London SW17 9PBParish Pump Tooting(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 27-Mar-2022)Link

Drummond Road, Bermondsey, London SE16Peek Frean(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 09-Jul-2017)Link

39 Gerrard Street, London W1D 5QDPenny Post(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 15-Apr-2015)Link

97 Lewisham High Street, Lewisham, London SE13 5JXPeople's Building Society(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Mar-2020)Link

The Colonnade, Grove Street, Deptford, London SE8 3AYPepys Estate (Historical London)Royal Victoria Yard (Historical London)(Photos Taken: 04-Mar-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: Victualling Department Admiralty
This plaque commemorates the closing of the Royal Victoria Yard in 1961 after 219 years of service to the Royal Navy. This terrace and adjacent colonnade were part of the Victualling Yard, Deptford, built on a site of 35 acres purchased from the Evelyn Estate in 1742. The yard was re-named the Royal Victoria Yard in 1858 by gracious permission of Her Majesty Queen Victoria.

The Colonnade, Grove Street, Deptford, London SE8 3AYPepys Estate (Historical London) Earl Mountbatten of Burma (Armed Forces)(Photos Taken: 04-Mar-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: The Pepys Estate was opened on 13th July 1966 by Admiral of the Fleet, The Earl Mountbatten of Burma, KG.
The Estate, built by the Greater London Council, stands on the site of the Royal Victoria Dockyard, founded over 400 years ago. Here Samuel Pepys, Secretary of the Royal Navy, ordered the fitting out of the fleet for the Dutch Wars and here through the centuries British warships were built and rigged.
This is now dedicated to the peaceful enjoyment & wellbeing of Londoners.

146 Pinner Hill Road, Pinner HA5 3SJPinner Hill Farm(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Jun-2018)Link

Church Lane, Pinner HA5 3AAPinner House(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Jun-2018)Link

20 Kelross Road, Highbury East, London N5 2XDProperty boundary marker(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 27-May-2019)Link

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Quaker Gardens, Chequer Street, Clerkenwell, London EC1Y 8QQQuaker Garden (Historical London)Quakers (Society of Friends) (Religious Group) George Fox (Religious)(Photos Taken: 05-May-2023)Link
Plaque Wording: Memorial Buildings
These buildings stand on part of the Old Bunhill Fields Burial Ground. The first freehold possessed by London Friends, used by them for burials during nearly two hundred years, it was closed to such purposes in 1855.
In 1880 The Metropolitan Board of Works purchased parts of the property for widening streets from which, and also from the site of these premises, all remains of interments being first carefully removed were re-interred in the ground adjoining. And out of the proceeds of such compulsory sales these buildings with their halls, coffee-tavern club and committee rooms have been built.
Near this spot George Fox was interred in 1690, previously Edward Burrough and some ninety other martyr Friends who died in London prisons had been buried here. To the memory of these ancient worthies and for the furtherance of religious, moral and philanthropic objects are these buildings now dedicated by The Society of Friends in London .... thereby to promote the best welfare & happiness of the surrounding population. London, 10, Mo., 1881.

Queens Wood Cafe, 42 Muswell Hill Road, Highgate, London N10 3JPQueens Wood (Historical London)Duchess of Albany (Royalty)(Photos Taken: 12-Sep-2019)Link
Plaque Wording: Queens Wood Highgate This wood comprising 50 acres was opened for the use and enjoyment of the public as an open space for ever, on July 23rd 1898 by Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Albany.

Ferry Lane, Rainham, Essex RM13 9JYRainham (Pilgrim) Ferry(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 02-Feb-2018)Link

52 Oxford Street, London W1D 1BGRathbone Place(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 21-Jul-2020)Link

Regents Canal, Primrose Hill, London NW1 7TSRegents Canal Housing(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 17-May-2020)Link

approaching Richmond Bridge, TW10 6UQRichmond Milestone Obelisk(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 11-Jun-2022)Link

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Plaque Wording: {lettering on three sides:}
{left in photo/ West side facing river}: The first stone of this Bridge was laid 23rd August 1774 and finished December 1777.
{middle in photo / North side}: to HAMPTON IIII Miles; SUNBURY VI Miles One quarter; WALTON VII Miles three quarters; CHERTSEY X Miles and half; HOUNSLOW III Miles three Quarters; WINDSOR XV Miles three Quarters.
ANY PERSON WHO SHALL WILFULLY DEFACE OR DAMAGE THIS OBELISK WILL BE PROSECUTED BY ORDER OF THE COMMISSIONERS.
{Right in photo / East side}: To HYDE PARK/CORNER VIII Miles three Quarters; WESTMINSTER Bridge X Miles; To LONDON/Bridge XI MilesOne quarter.

Rattray Road & Mervan Road, Brixton, London SW2 1DTRiver Effra(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 31-Aug-2020)Link

Dalberg Road & Brixton Water Lane, Brixton, London SW2 1QBRiver Effra(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 31-Aug-2020)Link

Dulwich Road & Shakespeare Road, Herne Hill, London SE24 0LARiver Effra(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 31-Aug-2020)Link

Loughborough Road & Brixton Road, Brixton, London SW9 7TARiver Effra(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 31-Aug-2020)Link

outside the Effra Hall tavern, Kellett Road, Brixton, London SW2 1EBRiver Effra(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 31-Aug-2020)Link

near 118 Dalberg Road, Brixton, London SW2 1AWRiver Effra(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 31-Aug-2020)Link

Dulwich Road & Chaucer Road, Herne Hill, London SE24 0NURiver Effra(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 31-Aug-2020)Link

opposite Brockwell Lido, Dulwich Road, Herne Hill, London SE24 0PARiver Effra(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 31-Aug-2020)Link

Brixton Road & Canterbury Crescent, Brixton, London SW9 7DERiver Effra(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 02-Sep-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: There six identical plaques about 1 metre apart

Villa Road & Brixton Road, Brixton, London SW9 0UHRiver Effra(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 31-Aug-2020)Link

Thames Path, near Vauxhall Bridge, London SW1V 3JYRiver Tyburn(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 05-May-2019)Link

108 Marylebone Lane, London W1U 2QERiver Tyburn(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 19-Jun-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: Light in the Darkness 2000 by Julian Stocks
This stained glass window celebrates the River Tyburn that flows beneath Marylebone Lane. It was commissioned by Jurys Clifton Ford Hotel in consultation with The Howard de Walden Estate and Westminster City Council and takes the form of a lantern window which, when illuminated, will act as a beacon.
During the 18th century the River Tyburn was an open stream that ran from the hills of Hampstead Heath down to the River Thames. Marylebone Lane followed the banks of the river, the course of which has since been culverted, but still maintains a presence most noticeable in it's serpentine form.
The design makes reference to other aspects of the site's history and includes a chronology of maps and drawings as well as key dates relating to The Howard de Walden Estate. The historical context belies the contemporary method of production which employs the latest techniques of enamelling, etching and computer aided design. This honours the past but also holds up a mirror to the many and varied aspects of urban society.

Roe Bridge, Mitcham Lane, London SW17 9RBRoe Bridge(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 13-Sep-2020)Link

5 Strand Lane, London WC2R 1APRoman Bath(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 14-Jun-2015)Link

141 Hungerford Road, Holloway, London N7 9LDRoman Camp Site(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 15-Feb-2018)Link

Kilburn High Road & Cambridge Avenue, London NW6 5BBRoman Road Kilburn(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 30-Jan-2022)Link

Park Street & Maiden Lane, Borough, London SE1 9EQRoman Warehouse(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 21-Jul-2020)Link

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70 St Marychurch Street, Rotherhithe, London SE16 4HZRotherhithe Watch House(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Mar-2020)Link

Kensington Gardens / Hyde ParkRotten Row(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 19-Jun-2014)Link
Plaque Wording: Rotten Row - The King's Old Road, Completed 1690
This ride originally formed part of King William III's carriage drive from Whitehall to Kensington Palace. Its construction was supervised by the Surveyor of Their Majesties Roads, Captain Michael Studholme, and it was the first lamp-lit road in the kingdom. Designated as a public bridleway in the 1730's, Rotten Row is one of the most famous urban riding grounds in the world.

14 St Leonards Terrace, London SW3 4QGRoyal Avenue(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 27-Feb-2016)Link

123 Lambeth Walk, London SE11 6EERoyal Doulton(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 05-Mar-2020)Link

8-14 Meard Street, Soho, London W1F 0EQRoyalty Mansions(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 20-Jul-2020)Link

2 Savoy Place, London WC2R 0BLSavoy Place(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 02-Jun-2015)Link
Plaque Wording: Victoria
Queen of Great Britain and Ireland
Empress of India

laid with her own hand this foundation stone
24th March 1886

400 Oxford Street, Marylebone, London W1A 1ABSelfridges(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 18-Jun-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: Laid by the members of this house in admiration of him who conceived & gave it being. 1909 - 1930

36c Shad Thames, London SE1 2YEShad Thames(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 28-Feb-2019)Link

The Ridgeway, Mill Hill, London NW7 1QUSheepwash Pond(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 25-May-2018)Link

1 Akenside Road, London NW3 5BS The Shepherds Well(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 17-May-2015)Link

Micawber Street and Wharf Road, Angel, London N1 7RWShoreditch Parish Marker(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 17-May-2022)Link

Shoreditch Town Hall, 380 Old Street, London EC1V 9LTShoreditch Town Hall(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Jul-2023)Link

near Barwick House, Acton, London W3 8TJSoapsuds Island(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 24-Aug-2018)Link

South Bank Lion, Westminster Bridge South Side, London SE1 7GASouth Bank Lion(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 24-Feb-2020)Link

40 The Green, Southgate, London N14 6ENSouthgate Local Government(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 26-Jan-2018)Link

Southgate Stocks, The Green, London N14 6ENSouthgate Stocks(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 12-Jun-2018)Link

The Spaniards, Spaniards Road, London NW3 7JJSpaniards Toll Gate(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 13-Jun-2015)Link

Spirit of Soho Mural, Broadwick Street, Soho, London W1F 9PESpirit of Soho(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 16-Jun-2020)Link

23 Brewer Street, Soho, London W1F 0RPSt James's Residences(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 12-Jun-2020)Link

1 St James's Gardens, Notting Hill, London W11 4SJSt James's Square Notting Hill(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 16-Nov-2019)Link

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on pavement outside 81 Abbey Road, London NW8 0AESt Marylebone Boundary Marker(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 13-Feb-2023)Link
Plaque Wording:

York Way, London N1C 4AXSt Pancras Parish Marker(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Feb-2023)Link
Plaque Wording: 165 The Boundary Line St.P.P. extends 35' 6in eastwards ??? the face of this stone 1853
[ 'St.P.P.' is 'St Pancras Parish']

1 Uxbridge Road, Pinner HA5 3QAStanmore Park (RAF)(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Jun-2018)Link

Mansion House, Walbrook, London EC4N 8BHStocks Market(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 06-May-2015)Link

Stoke Newington Town Hall, London N16 0JRStoke Newington Town Hall(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 25-Mar-2016)Link

Stean Street, Haggerston, London E8 4FAStonebridge Estate(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 05-Dec-2019)Link

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23 Borough High Street, London SE1 1JLStones End Fort(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 02-Jul-2017)Link

161A Bow Road, Bow, London E3 2SGStratford Co-operative and Industrial Society(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 11-Dec-2019)Link

166 Borough High Street, London SE1 1LBSuffolk Palace (Place)(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 09-Oct-2018)Link

Brockley Hill, Stanmore, Middlesex HA7 Site of Roman Pottery of Sulloniacae(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 25-Nov-2015)Link

73 Woodberry Way, Chingford, London E4 7DYSunnyside Lodge(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 15-Jun-2018)Link

Rotherhithe Steet, London SE16 5ETSurrey Docks Farm(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 15-Aug-2017)Link

Swiss Court, West End, London W1D 6BYSwiss Court(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 20-Jun-2020)Link

16-18 Montagu Place, Marylebone, London W1H 2BQSwiss Embassy(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 15-Jun-2020)Link

Swiss Court, West End, London W1D 6BYSwiss Glockenspiel(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 20-Jun-2020)Link

Sycamore House, 4 Old Town, Clapham, London SW4 0JYSycamore House(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 18-Nov-2019)Link

Commodity Quay, St. Katharine Docks, London E1W 1AZTea Trade at St Katherine Docks(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 22-Jun-2022)Link
Plaque Wording: This plaque commemorates 335 years of the tea industry in the City of London, which in its heyday controlled over 85% of the world's tea trade.
The City's trade opened with the British East Indian Company which had a monopoly over the importation of tea from China & India. As a result of the growing tea trade in the City, St Katharine Docks opened on 25th October 1828, with Butler's Wharf following 65 years later in 1893 on the opposite side of the River Thames. At this time, St Katharine Docks was at the centre of Britain's roaring commercial trade and, alongside Butler's Wharf, was recognised as the main tea storage and processing centre in London.
During its 140 years as working docks, St Katharine Docks regularly welcomed tea clippers such the famous 'Cutty Sark' in addition to more modern steam ships. The Docks gained prominence due to its prime location on the River Thames, ensuring ease of access to the main tea companies in the City.
Tea trading was central to Britain's commercial trade in the 1800s as tea was the second largest commodity after wool, with tea warehouses receiving 120,000 tea chests annually. These chests were transported by ships into the docks and then lifted by manual chain pulleys to the platforms and storage floors. At its peak, Butler's Wharf handled 400,000 tea chests a year.
This plaque was generously donated by.....

The Pavement, Clapham Common, London SW4 0HYTemperance(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 28-Oct-2019)Link

149 Bow Road, Bow, London E3 3AATestimonial Fountain(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Sep-2016)Link

Pickering Place, St. James, London SW1A 1EATexas Legation(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Feb-2018)Link

Canning Town Station, London E16 1EDThames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 27-Dec-2019)Link

113 Rotherhithe Street, London SE16 4NJThames Tunnel Mill(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 09-Jul-2017)Link

Aldersgate Street and Shaftesbury Place, Barbican, London EC1A 4HUThanet House(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 02-Jan-2020)Link

Angel Place, 185 Fore Street, Edmonton, London N18 2UDThe Angel(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 12-Jun-2018)Link

44 Brushfield Street, Spitalfields, London E1 6AGThe Coles of Brushfield Street(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 22-Mar-2021)Link

776 Kenton Lane, Harrow Weald, London HA3 6AFThe Hermitage(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Jun-2018)Link

5-11 Short's Gardens, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9AZThe Kip(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 10-Nov-2021)Link

The Grove, Stratford, London E15 1NSThe London 2012 Mural(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 05-Jun-2021)Link

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Corbet Court, Gracechurch Street, London EC3V 9DUThe Mercers' Maiden (Historical London)Worshipful Company of Mercers (Trade Group)(Photos Taken: 12-Apr-2024)Link
Plaque Wording: The Mercer's Maiden is the symbol and coat of arms of the Mercers' Company and adorns the exterior walls of buildings on sites belonging to the Company.
The above stone is the earliest surviving Maiden property mark dating from 1669. It was reinstated on this site during redevelopment works by USS Ltd, completed in 2004.

110 Gloucester Avenue, Primrose Hill., London NW1 8HXThe Old Dairy(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 11-Jan-2023)Link

55 High Street, Brentford TW8 0AHThe Old Fire Station Brentford(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 14-Nov-2022)Link
Plaque Wording: unfortunately illegible

263-267 Old Brompton Road, Earls Court London SW5 9JAThe Troubadour(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 24-May-2019)Link

Windmill Road, Wandsworth, London SW18 2TFThe Windmill Wandsworth Common(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 29-Feb-2024)Link

1 East End Road, London N3 3LTToll Gate(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 12-Jan-2018)Link

452 Finchley Road, London NW11 8DGToll Gate at Castle Inn(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 22-Jul-2019)Link

The Castle, 452 Finchley Road, London NW11 8DGToll House(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 19-Jun-2015)Link

1 Edward Square, Islington, London N1 0SPTolpuddle Martyrs (Historical London) Lisa Pontecorvo (Social Reformer)(Photos Taken: 27-Jun-2020)Link
Plaque Wording: Lisa Pontecorvo is shown holding the scroll

Tooting Market, 21-23 Tooting High Street, London SW17 0SNTooting Migrants(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 04-Oct-2022)Link

Middlesex Guildhall, Little Sanctuary, London SW1P 3BDTothill Fields Gate(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 18-Mar-2024)Link

Middlesex Guildhall, Little Sanctuary, London SW1P 3BDTothill Fields Prison(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 18-Mar-2024)Link

Monument Way, Tottenham, London N17 9NXTottenham High Cross(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 25-May-2019)Link

Tower Hill Garden, Tower of London, London EC3N 1JYTower Hill Medieval Postern(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Mar-2021)Link

Trinity Square Gardens, Tower Hill, London EC3N 4DJTower Hill Scaffold(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 18-May-2022)Link

Canada House, Trafalgar Square, London SW1Y 5AYTrafalgar Way(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 27-Dec-2021)Link

26 Whitehall, London SW1A 2WHTrafalgar Way(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 27-May-2016)Link
Plaque Wording: The Trafalgar Way Destination - The Admiralty
On Monday 21st October 1805 the Royal Navy decisively defeated a combined French and Spanish fleet off Cape Trafalgar on the south west coast of Spain. This victory permanently removed the threat of invasion of England by the armies of Napoleon Bonaparte
The first official dispatches with the momentous news of the victory, and the death in action of Vice Admiral Lord Nelson, were carried to England on board H. M. Schooner PICKLE by her captain, Lieutenant John Richards Lapenotiere.
Lapenotiere landed at Falmouth on Monday 4th November 1805 and set out "express by post-chaise" for London. He took some 37 hours on the 271 mile journey, changing horses 21 times at a total cost of 46 19s 1d. Lapenotiere delivered his dispatches here to the Secretary of the Admiralty, William Marsden, at 1 a.m. on Wednesday 6th. Shortly thereafter a summary of the news was posted here and a crowd soon gathered. The news was passed to the Prime Minister and the King at once and special editions of newspapers were published later the same day to inform the nation.

opposite 255A Kensington High Street, Kensington, London W8Trafalgar Way(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 09-Jun-2017)Link

The Express Tavern, 56 Kew Bridge Road, London TW8 0EWTrafalgar Way(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 18-Mar-2016)Link
Plaque Wording: The Trafalgar Way Brentford & Chiswick
On Monday 21st October 1805 the Royal Navy decisively defeated a combined French and Spanish fleet off Cape Trafalgar on the south west coast of Spain. This victory permanently removed the threat of invasion of England by the armies of Napoleon Bonaparte
The first official dispatches with the momentous news of the victory, and the death in action of Vice Admiral Lord Nelson, were carried to England on board H. M. Schooner PICKLE by her captain, Lieutenant John Richards Lapenotiere.
Lapenotiere landed at Falmouth on Monday 4th November 1805 and set out "express by post-chaise" for London. He took some 37 hours on the 271 mile journey, changing horses 21 times. The last of these was at Hounslow late at night on Tuesday 5th. His orders were to lose no time in reaching the Admiralty so, as the horses were still fresh, he pressed on through fog in Brentford and Chiswick toward Whitehall. Over the following four weeks other important messages arrived from the fleet with further details of the victory and anxiously awaited information on casualties. All the dispatches were landed at Falmouth and their couriers followed the same route through Brentford and Chiswick where horses and hospitality were available from the inns to all travellers on what is now the Trafalgar Way.

Trinity House, Trinity Square, Tower Hill, London EC3N 4DHTrinity House(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 25-Jun-2015)Link

1 Green Bank, Wapping, London E1W 2PATurks Head(HIstorical London)(Photos Taken: 07-Mar-2021)Link

Tachbrook Estate, Aylesford Street, Westminster, London SW1V 3RNTuttle Fields(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 07-May-2019)Link

Devereux Court, London WC2R 3JJ House of Twining(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 03-Jun-2015)Link

Hilton London Metropole, 225 Edgware Road, Paddington, London W2 1JUTyburn Stone(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 12-Nov-2019)Link
Plaque Wording: (according to London Remembers) Half-a-mile from Tyburn Gate

Hilton London Metropole, 225 Edgware Road, Paddington, London W2 1JUTyburn Stone(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 25-Apr-2019)Link

Tyburn Convent, 8-9 Hyde Park Place, London W2 2LJTyburn Tree(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 12-Nov-2019)Link
Plaque Wording: The circular stone on the traffic island 300 paces east of this point marks the site of the ancient gallows known as Tyburn Tree. It was demolished in 1759.

Tyburn Convent, 8-9 Hyde Park Place, London W2 2LJTyburn-105 Catholic martyrs(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 11-Jun-2015)Link

Methodist Church Hall, Ilford Lane, Ilford IG1 2JZUphall Brick Earth Pits(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 24-May-2018)Link

Crystal Palace Park, London SE19 1UAVicar's Oak(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 19-Jan-2020)Link

Teddington Park Road, Teddington TW11 0AGVictoria Golden Jubilee (Historical London)Teddington Water Fountain (Historical London)(Photos Taken: 20-Jul-2023)Link

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Plaque Wording: {left}Presented by 600 inhabitants of Teddington as a memento of the Jubilee of 1887
{right}Restored by the residents of Teddington as a memento of the jubilee of 2002 ansd 2012

5 Newburgh Street, London W1F 7RGVince Mans Shop(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 31-Dec-2018)Link

Virginia Settlers' Monument, Thames Path (NE Extension), Poplar, London E14 2DDVirginia Settlers Monument (Historical London)Susan Constant (Transport)The Godspeed (Transport)Discovery (Transport)(Photos Taken: 27-Dec-2019)Link
Plaque Wording: (brass plaque, photo on left) From near this spot, December 19 1606, sailed with 105 'adventurers': The 'Susan Constant' 100 tons. Capt. Christopher Newport in supreme command; The 'Godspeed' 40 tons. Capt. Bartholomew Gosnold; The 'Discovery' 20 tons. Capt. John Ratcliffe. Landed at Cape Henry, Virginia April 26 1607. Arrived at Jamestown Virginia May 13 1607 where these 'adventurers' founded the first permanent English colony in America under the leadership of the intrepid Capt. John Smith, Edward Maria Wingfield President of the Council, the Reverend Robert Hunt and others. At Jamestown July 30 1619, was convened the first representative assembly in America. Erected by the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities in 1928 in commemoration.
(on Marble Base, photo on right) Virginia Quay. The Virginia Settlers Memorial tablet was unveiled in 1928 on the wall of Brunswick House which formerly stood about 100 yards to the west of this point. In 1999 Barratt Homes Limited reinstated this monument and commissioned the mariner's astrolabe by Wendy Taylor C.B.E.

263 Acton High Street, London W3 9BYWaitrose(Historical London)(Photos Taken: 14-Aug-2018)Link

Riverside Wall, Aragon Tower, George Beard Road, London SE8 3PEWall of the Ancestors (Historical London) Michael Hamilton (Misc)(Photos Taken: 04-Mar-2020)Link

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Riverside Wall, Aragon Tower, George Beard Road, London SE8 3PEWall of the Ancestors (Historical London) Peter Pope (Misc)(Photos Taken: 04-Mar-2020)Link

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Riverside Wall, Aragon Tower, George Beard Road, London SE8 3PEWall of the Ancestors (Historical London)Metrina (Misc)(Photos Taken: 04-Mar-2020)Link

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Riverside Wall, Aragon Tower, George Beard Road, London SE8 3PEWall of the Ancestors (Historical London) Debra Lee (Misc)(Photos Taken: 04-Mar-2020)Link

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