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Sir Charles Barry 1795-1860 architect lived and died here

The Elms, 29 -32 Clapham Common North Side, SW4 0RN, London, United Kingdom

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Kew Bridge Pumping Station Unique in its approach to the preservation of water pumping equipment, in particular the original installations of five famous Cornish beam engines.

Kew Bridge Steam Museum, Green Dragon Lane, Brentford, TW8 0EN, London, United Kingdom

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The King’s Head

High Street, Harrow on the Hill, London, United Kingdom

The British Ballet Organisation founded by Louise Kay and Edouard Espinosa in 1930

Woolborough House, 39 Lonsdale Road, SW13, London, United Kingdom

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Captain Matthew Flinders RN 1774-1814 explorer and navigator lived here

56 Fitzroy Street, Camden, W1, London, United Kingdom

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Fred Perry 1909-1995 tennis champion played here 1919-1935

Brentham Club, Meadvale Road, W5, London, United Kingdom

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John Passmore Edwards 1823-1911

Vernon Hall, Roman Road, Bow, E3, London, United Kingdom

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Honeywood. In the 1880's John Kirk, a merchant, reconstructed a building called Wandle Cottage on this site and transferred the name 'Honeywood' from the neighbouring house, which he demolished. Novelist and philosopher William Henry Hale White ("Mark Rutherford") lived in Wandle Cottage, 1804-6. A watercourse runs beneath the house.

Honeywood Walk, Carshalton, London, United Kingdom

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Co-founder of the RAD and BBO Espinosa 1871-1950 Maitre de Ballet lived and taugh here 1913-1950

Woolborough House, 39 Lonsdale Road, SW13, London, United Kingdom

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Winnie The Pooh world famous teddy bear was 'born' in the soft toy factory of J. K. Farnell & Co Ltd adjacent to 'The Elms' Acton in 1921

Twyford C of E High School, Twyford Crescent, W3, London, United Kingdom

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Richard White founder of the Mill Hill Park estate, eminent lawyer and founder member of the Law Society lived here 1809-1849. This is the east wing of his original mansion

11 Avenue Crescent, W3, London, United Kingdom

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Arthur Haynes 1914-1966 comedian and King Rat lived here 1963-1966

74 Gunnersbury Avenue, W5, London, United Kingdom

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Charles Hamilton known as Frank Richards creator of Billy Bunter was born in a house on this site 8 August 1876

Ealing Broadway Centre, W5, London, United Kingdom

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Site of former Kingston Lodge home of novelist George Meredith from 1865 to 1868

Buick House, London Road, Norbiton, London, United Kingdom

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Stanmore Hall. Original building constructed 1843. Extended in 1885 with William Morris interiors. Owners have included William Knox D'Arcy, founder of Anglo Iranian Oil Company (later British Petroleum), Robert Holland balloonist and his wife Helen authoress.

Wood Lane, Stanmore, London, United Kingdom

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C. L. R. James 1901-1989 West Indian writer and political activist lived and died here

165 Railton Road, Brixton, Lambeth, SE24, London, United Kingdom

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Mervyn Mansell MBE DSC 1918-2009 player and colts coaching manager. A lifelong contribution

Ealing Cricket Club, Corfton Road, W5, London, United Kingdom

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St Lawrence Whitchurch rebuilt 1715 with baroque interior by James Brydges, later Duke of Chandos, who lived in nearby 'Cannons' and employed G. F. Handel as composer-in-residence

St Lawrence’s Church, Whitchurch Lane, Canons Park, London, United Kingdom

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Harry Vardon professional golfer born May 9th 1870 lived in this house from 1903 until he died in 1937

35 Totteridge Lane, Whetstone, N20, London, United Kingdom

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Harry Tate (1872-1940) Near here stood Camden House, once home of Harry Tate from 1920-31. Born Ronald Hutchinson in Scotland in 1872, he adopted 'Tate' as a stage name. He became a music hall star successful in revue and silent films and was one of the first entertainers to broadcast.

27 Camden Road, Sutton, London, United Kingdom

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39 Bow Road a tribute to George Lansbury who lived for 23 years in the house formerly on this site Mayor of Poplar, Member of Parliament, Minister of the Crown and Privy Councillor he was a great servant of the people of Bow

39 Bow Road, Bow, E3, London, United Kingdom

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Tivoli Lodge 1830 built 1830 by Decimus Burton. The entrance lodge to Royal Beulah Spa and Pleasure Gardens

39 Beulah Hill, Upper Norwood, SE19, London, United Kingdom

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Ernest Boulton 1847-1904 Frederick Park 1846-1881 'Stella & Fanny' Victorian cross-dressers lodged at 13 Wakefield Street on this site 1868-1870

13 Wakefield Street, WC1N 1PF, London, United Kingdom

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Site of the Roman pottery of Sulloniacae c.65-160 AD

Brockley Hill, Stanmore, London, United Kingdom

Elizabeth Bowen 1899 - 1973 writer lived here 1935 - 1952

2 Clarence Terrace, Regents Park, NW1 4RD, London, United Kingdom

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Voltaire 1694-1778 French philosopher and satirist lodged in a house on this site 1727-1728

10 Maiden Lane WC2, London, United Kingdom

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Ettore Schmitz alias 'Italo Svevo' 1861-1928 writer lived here 1903-1913

67 Charlton Church Lane, London, United Kingdom

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Madame Tussaud 1761-1850

Madame Tussaud's London, Marylebone Road, NW1 5LR, London, United Kingdom

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Nicolas Medtner composer and pianist lived in this house from 1935 to 1951

69 Wentworth Road, Golders Green, NW11, London, United Kingdom

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Peter Sellers

BBC Radio Theatre Broadcasting House, London, United Kingdom

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Marianne Jean-Baptiste 1967 Camberwell-born actress First black British woman to be nominated for an Oscar born here

Flats at St Giles’s hospital, St Giles's Road, Camberwell, London, United Kingdom

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Writer - humorist Sir P. G. Wodehouse in residence 1918-1920

16 Walton Street, London, United Kingdom

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Sir Alfred Munning President of the Royal Academy lived here 1920-1922

64 Glebe Place, SW3, London, United Kingdom

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Lynn Fontanne (1887–1983) actress

6 Station Terrace, Snakes Lane, Woodford, London, United Kingdom

In this house from 1924 to 1947 lived V. K. Krishna Menon St. Pancras Borough Councillor 1934-1947 Honorary Freeman 1955 High Commissioner for India 1947-1952

57 Camden Square, Camden Town, NW1, London, United Kingdom

Anne Shelton 1928-1994 popular singer and World War II Forces Favourite lived here

142 Court Lane, Dulwich, London, United Kingdom

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Kathleen ('Kitty') Godfree née McKane 1898-1992 Lawn Tennis Champion lived here 1936-1992

55 York Avenue, Mortlake, SW14, London, United Kingdom

William McMillan sculptor lived here 1921-1966

64 Glebe Place, SW3, London, United Kingdom

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Henry Moore sculptor (1898–1986) lived and worked in this studio between 1924 and 1928. Among several words carved here are Mother and Child 1924-5 and Woman with Upraised Arms 1927.

3 Grove Studios, Adie Road, W6, London, United Kingdom

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Reverend William Wilks 1843-1923 vicar of Shirley and horticulturalist lived here from 1879 to 1912, where he propagated the Shirley poppy

47 Shirley Church Road, Shirley, London, United Kingdom

Here lived Capt. Frederick Marryat RN 1792-1848 novelist

6 Woodhayes Road, SW19, London, United Kingdom

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On this site stood the Parish Cage or lock-up

Corner of Brent Street and Bell Lane, Hendon, NW4, London, United Kingdom

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Rose Macaulay 1881-1958 writer lived and died here

Hinde House, 11-14 Hinde Street, Westminster, W1, London, United Kingdom

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The world's first cash dispenser was installed here 25 years ago on June 27, 1967

Church Street, Enfield, London, United Kingdom

Eleanor Marx 1855-1898 Socialist Campaigner lived and died here

7 Jews Walk, Sydenham, London, United Kingdom

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This building 'Wykeham House' was known in 1916 as The Meeting House ('Te Whare Puni') a resident welfare home for convalescing soldiers of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force attached to base hospital at 'Grey Towers' Camp, Hornchurch.

67 Butts Green Road, Hornchurch, London, United Kingdom

John Walter 1739-1812 founder of The Times lived here

113 Clapham Common North Side, SW4 Wandsworth, London, United Kingdom

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In 1585 Gregory Gunne predicted that one day a religious house would be founded at TYBURN. His prediction was fulfilled when TYBURN CONVENT was established in 1903

Tyburn Convent, Bayswater Road, London, United Kingdom

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Sir William Crookes 1832-1919 scientist lived here from 1880 until his death

7 Kensington Park Gardens, Notting Hill, W11, London, United Kingdom

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Kenneth Horne

BBC Radio Theatre Broadcasting House, London, United Kingdom

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