Open Plaques

Blue plaques

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William_conor_plaque,_stranmillis_road,_belfast_-_geograph.org.uk_-_363178William Conor blue plaque in BelfastWilliam Conor 1881-1968 artist had his studio here 1944-1959
Plaque,_victoria_road,_bangor_-_geograph.org.uk_-_227776Colin Middleton blue plaque in Bangor, County DownColin Middleton 1910-1983 artist lived here 1973-1983
Plaque,_lisburn_-_geograph.org.uk_-_336616Blue plaque № 8421 in LisburnThis is the site of Lisburn's 18th century French Huguenot Church
James_magennis_vc_plaque,_great_victoria_street,_belfast_-_geograph.org.uk_-_350759James Magennis blue plaque in BelfastLeading Seaman James Magennis VC 1919-1985 Submariner born in Belfast
Vere_foster_plaque,_belfast_-_geograph.org.uk_-_363257Vere Foster blue plaque in BelfastTo commemorate Vere Foster 1819-1900 educationalist and first President of the Irish National Teachers' Organisation
Plaque,_hillsborough_-_geograph.org.uk_-_350581Hamilton Harty blue plaque in HillsboroughSir Hamilton Harty 1879-1941 Musician and Composer lived here
The_%22wee_fergie%22_plaque,_belfast_-_geograph.org.uk_-_383995Henry George Ferguson blue plaque in BelfastHenry George "Harry" Ferguson 1884-1960 inventor had business premises on this site
2459245458_7be6570e4b_sCharles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord blue plaque in LondonPrince Talleyrand 1754-1838 French statesman and diplomatist lived here
2458421873_28b24bdef9_sGeorge Borrow blue plaque in LondonGeorge Borrow 1803-1881 author lived here
Crozier_plaque,_banbridge_-_geograph.org.uk_-_232463Francis Rawdon Moira Crozier blue plaque in BanbridgeCaptain Francis Rawdon Moira Crozier Discoverer of the North West Passage 1796-1848 lived here.
131950288_7201b580ec_sBlue plaque № 8056 in StalybridgeThis Victorian Buffet Bar is unique and is authentic in detail since being rebuilt in 1885.
3959519369_0270241965_sDartford Borough Museum blue plaque in DartfordThis plaque marks the original site of Dartford Museum January 1908-April 1921. It then moved to Dartford Library building, its current home.
NophotosqrBenjamin Britten blue plaque in LowestoftBenjamin Britten 1913-1976 composer and Freeman of the Borough of Lowestoft was born here on 22 November 1913 and grew up in this house
Plaque,_lisburn_%283%29_-_geograph.org.uk_-_368362John Wesley and first Methodist preaching house in Lisburn blue plaque in LisburnThe first Methodist preaching house in Lisburn Built in 1772 On the last of his many visits to the town John Wesley preached here on 6th June 1789
2389548064_22547c4fbb_sGeorge Seferis blue plaque in LondonGeorge Seferis 1900-1971 Greek Ambassador, poet and Nobel laureate lived here 1957-1962
Plaque,_lisburn_%282%29_-_geograph.org.uk_-_368355Blue plaque № 10463 in LisburnThis building stands on the site of the eighteenth century Brown Linen Hall
NophotosqrHenry Irving blue plaque in Keinton MandevilleBirthplace of Sir Henry Irving 1838-1905 the first actor to be knighted
NophotosqrElizabeth Garrett Anderson blue plaque in LondonElizabeth Garrett Anderson 1836-1919 was born in a house formerly on this site. The first woman to be registered as a medical practitioner and surgeon. Founder of the first hospital for and staffed by women
6789727847_67fdd32cbc_sFerro-concrete Workshop blue plaque in HullFrom an iron foundry established in the late 18th century Rose Downs and Thompson developed an engineering business specializing in machinery for the edible oil industry. Constructed in 1900, this Ferro-concrete Workshop was the first using the Hennebique system
7215736558_6183e9a4c7_sBlue plaque № 10485 in Kirk EllaOriginal carriage entrance to Wolfreton Hall