Abbey Road Depot bombing. Alf Bridgeman ARP rescue squad leader Fred Chilvers ARP rescue squad Hugh Dicken AFS Ted Dunn ARP demolition squad Matthew Fenwick ARP warden Fred Jones ARP warden Bill Long AFS Sid Lowings ARP light rescue squad leader George Odell ARP rescue squad Wally Porter ARP rescue squad Frank Swift ARP messenger Wally Turley AFS sub officer Bill Willis ARP stretcher bearer

Abbey Road, Stratford, E15, London, United Kingdom

West Ham Parish Boundary Stone. 31 W.H.P. WHP 1775 1864 1850. The dates on this stone show the years in which the boundary was confirmed. It was numbered 31 in 1864, but no longer marks any boundary. Parish boundary markers were beaten in an annual ceremony called The Beating of the Bounds. Parish boundaries were significant because welfare payments, burials and medical treatment for poor people used to be provided by the parish in which they were born.

nr Leytonstone Road, Leyton, London, United Kingdom

On the land behind stood Forest Gate Public Hall. Once known as the Upper Cut Club. Many famous musicians performed here, and, on Boxing Day December 1966 whilst appearing at the Upper Cut Club, Jimi Hendrix wrote his legendary Purple Haze

Woodgrange Road, Newham, London, United Kingdom

Major Allan H. Beckett MBE RE (1914-2005) lived here (1919-1939). His engineering designs made the Mulberry Harbour and the D-Day landings possible

Montpelier Gardens, London, United Kingdom

Charlie Paynter 1879-1970 lived here. West Ham United FC manager 1932-1950. Involved with the club and Thames Ironworks FC for more than 70 years

Ladysmith Avenue, Newham, London, United Kingdom