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In this old King's Arms Tavern the Ancient Order of Druids was revived 28th November 1781. This commemorative plaque was placed here on the 150th anniversary by the A. O. D.

The King’s Arms, 23 Poland Street, Soho, W1, London, United Kingdom

This (Wrenish Style) building by Gerald Horsley was built in 1911 on the site of the first station opened in 1842.

Uxbridge Road, Hatch End, London, United Kingdom

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Edith Margaret Garrud 1872 - 1971 the suffragette that knew ju jitsu lived here

60 Thornhill Square, N1 1BE, London, United Kingdom

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Richard Murdoch

BBC Radio Theatre Broadcasting House, London, United Kingdom

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Robert Browning poet born Camberwell 1812 lived on this site in Hanover Cottage 1824-40

179 Southampton Way, SE5, London, United Kingdom

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Crosby Hall originally stood in Bishopsgate in the City of London and was transferred to this site under threat of demolition in 1910. It formed part of Crosby Place built in th 15th century for Sir John Crosby, a wealthy wool merchant, and after him was occupied by King Richard III. It later passed to Sir Thomas More on whose estate in Chelsea it has come to rest.

Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, SW3, London, United Kingdom

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The Weald Stone

Weald Stone Public House, High Road, Harrow Weald, London, United Kingdom

Rev. Benjamin Waugh founder of the NSPCC served as founder-minister of this church 1883-1887

Christ Church, Friern Barnet Road, N11, London, United Kingdom

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Mark Lemon co-founder and first editor of "Punch" lived in this house 1817 to 1823

Church Farmhouse Museum, Greyhound Hill, NW4, London, United Kingdom

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Onyx House Mile End Road in 1891 C. R. Ashbee, architect and founder of the survey of London, set up the workshops of the Guild of Handicraft in Essex House which formerly stood on this site.

Onyx House, 401 Mile End Road, E3, London, United Kingdom

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Here formerly stood Norbiton Hall built in the 16th century on Lovekyn's Chapel land it has been the residence of Richard Taverner, George Evelyn, Mr Anthony Benn, The Countess of Liverpool among others

Norbiton Hall, Birkenhead Avenue, Norbiton, London, United Kingdom

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Tommy Steele OBE entertainer. Born Bermondsey, 17th December 1936

Nickleby House, George Row, SE16, London, United Kingdom

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Arthur Fleischmann KCSG FRBS MD sculptor 1896-1990 lived and worked here 1958-1990

92 Carlton Hill, Paddington, London, United Kingdom

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This is the birthplace of the Bentley motor car. Number one was produced here in the year 1919

48 Chagford Street, London, United Kingdom

John Adams-Acton (1831-1910) sculptor, lived here

14 Langford Place, London, United Kingdom

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Prince Metternich 1773-1859 Austrian statesman lived here in 1848

44 Eaton Square, London, United Kingdom

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Oskar Kokoschka 1886-1980 painter lived here

Eyre Court, Finchley Road, Westminster, NW8, London, United Kingdom

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Sir William Reid Dick 1878-1961 sculptor worked here in studio 3 1910-1914

Clifton Hill Studios, 95a Clifton Hill, Westminster, NW8, London, United Kingdom

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Dame Laura Knight 1877-1970 and Harold Knight 1874-1961 painters lived here

16 Langford Place, St John's Wood, Westminster, NW8, London, United Kingdom

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John Lennon 1940-1980 musician and songwriter

94 Baker Street, London, United Kingdom

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Alexis Soyer 1810-1858 chef, author of cookbooks, inventor lived here

28 Marlborough Place, St John’s Wood, NW8, London, United Kingdom

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Jet Harris MBE 1939-2011 musician was born at the former Willesden Maternity Hospital which stood on this site

The Kingswood Centre, Honeypot Lane, Kingsbury, London, United Kingdom

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George Orwell 1903-1950 Sir Stephen Spender 1909-1995 wrote for Cyril Connolly's Horizon Magazine based here 1940-1948

Lansdowne Terrace, London, United Kingdom

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This marks the location of the cover photograph for the iconic David Bowie album 'The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars'. Ziggy Stardust 1972

23 Heddon Street, just off Regent Street, W1, London, United Kingdom

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Site of the Adelphi Theatre Restaurant owned by the Swiss-Italian Gatti family, restaurateurs, music hall, theatre and electricity supply entrepreneurs. Sir John Gatti served as Lord Mayor of Westminster, 1911-12

410 The Strand, London, United Kingdom

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Sir Michael Balcon 1890-1977 film maker lived here 1927-1939

57A Tufton Street, London, United Kingdom

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Walter James MacQueen-Pope (1888-1960)

33 Etheldene Avenue, N10, London, United Kingdom

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Tobias Matthay 1858-1945 teacher and pianist lived here

21 Arkwright Road, Hampstead, NW3, London, United Kingdom

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Ernie Wise OBE 1925-1999

BBC Television Centre, London, United Kingdom

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In 1793 the author of "Memoires D'Outre-Tombe" Chateaubriand 1768–1848 lived as an emigre in a garret close to this site and began his literary career. He returned in 1822 as French Ambassador and resided in Portland Place

Paddington Street Gardens, Marylebone, W1, London, United Kingdom

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Thomas Sheraton 1751-1806 furniture designer lived here

163 Wardour Street, Westminster, W1, London, United Kingdom

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William Heath Robinson 1872-1944 illustrator and comic artist lived here 1913-1918

25 Southwood Avenue, Highgate, London, United Kingdom

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The site of Tyburn Manor House c. 1250 - 1791 Used by Henry VIII and Elizabeth I as a hunting lodge

Marylebone High Street, London, United Kingdom

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An international incident occurred here 1850. General Haynau "The Austrian Butcher" was recognised and attacked by Barclay & Perkins draymen

Park Street, London, United Kingdom

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Cecil Hepworth (1874 - 1953) British film pioneer, lived in this house as a child.

32 Cantelowes Road, London, United Kingdom

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Ernest Bevin 1881-1951 Trade Union Leader and statesman lived here in Flat No. 8 1931-1951

34 South Molton Street, Westminster, London, United Kingdom

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John Hughlings Jackson (1835-1911) physician lived here

3 Manchester Square, Westminster, W1, London, United Kingdom

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This business was founded in 1861 by William Morris Artist and Poet for the manufacture of his designs in wallpapers, chintzes, woven fabrics, carpets, decoration, stained glass, and for the advancement of his great reform in all the decorative arts

17 St George Street, W1, London, United Kingdom

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Capt Frederick Marryat 1792-1848 Novelist was educated at “Holmwood” on this site

470 Baker Street N2, London, United Kingdom

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John Robert Godley 1814–1861 Founder of Canterbury New Zealand lived and died here

48 Gloucester Place, Marylebone, W1, London, United Kingdom

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Lindsay Anderson (1923-1994) film and theatre director, critic and writer ‘This sporting Life', ‘If', ‘The Whales of August', lived here 1977-1994

Stirling Mansions, 12 Canfield Road, NW6, London, United Kingdom

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Lord Alfred Milner 1854–1925 statesman lived here

14 Manchester Square, Marylebone, W1, London, United Kingdom

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Site of the Guildhall Chapel 1299-1822 (plaque not yet erected)

Guildhall Yard, EC2, London, United Kingdom

Site of Old Serjeants' Inn 1415-1910

5 Chancery Lane, London, United Kingdom

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West View, Victorian municipal office

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

Old St John’s Church, Great Stanmore

Uxbridge Road near Old Church Lane, Great Stanmore, London, United Kingdom

Lord Denman Lord Chief Justice of England lived in this house 1816-1834, and his son Rt Hon George Denman a Judge of the High Court 1872-1892 was born here 1819.

49 Russell Square, London, United Kingdom

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In a house on this site lived Thomas Linacre Physician 1460-1524

Knightrider Street, EC4, London, United Kingdom

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Peter Sellers Spike Milligan Harry Secombe Michael Bentine The Goon Show 1951 - 1960 first exploded here

2 Strutton Ground, SW1P 2HP, London, United Kingdom

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Thomas Guy 1644/5-1724 who built and endowed Guy's Hospital was born at No.7 Pritchard Alley close to this site. Dare quam accipere

Tower Bridge Road, London, United Kingdom

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