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Tom Moore 1779–1852 poet lived here

85 George Street, Marylebone, W1, London, United Kingdom

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Site of Thanet House 1644-1882

Shaftesbury Place, EC2Y 8AA, London, United Kingdom

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John Tallis 1816-1876 Publisher of London Street Views lived here

233 New Cross Road, London, United Kingdom

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Sid James 1913-1976 Comic Actor Lived here 1956 - 1963

Gunnersbury Drive, Ealing, London, United Kingdom

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Charles Coborn

Coborn Street, London, United Kingdom

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Here lived and died Admiral Edward Russell Earl of Orford born 1653 died 1727

King Street, Covent Garden, London, United Kingdom

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W. H. Smith 1825-1891 bookseller and statesman lived here

12 Hyde Park Street, Westminster, W2, London, United Kingdom

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Violette Szabo GC 1921-1945 secret agent lived here. She gave her life for the French Resistance.

18 Burnley Road, Stockwell, Lambeth, SW9, London, United Kingdom

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Philip Arnold Heseltine, Peter Warlock 1894-1930 composer lived here

30 Tite Street, London, United Kingdom

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John Innes 1829-1904 founder of the John Innes Horticultural Institute lived here

Manor House, Watery Lane, Merton, London, United Kingdom

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Kenneth Wolstenholme DFC and bar 1920-2002

BBC Television Centre, London, United Kingdom

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Site of St. Mary Bothaw destroyed in the Great Fire 1666

Cannon Street Station, EC4, London, United Kingdom

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Near this spot from 1512 until 1884 stood St Paul's School founded by Dean Colet

New Change, EC4, London, United Kingdom

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Site of St. Leonard’s Church destroyed in the Great Fire 1666

St Martin's-le-Grand, London, United Kingdom

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Thomas Carlyle

24 Cheyne Row, London, United Kingdom

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In this house died Carl Maria von Webber 1826

103 Great Portland Street, London, United Kingdom

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Mark Gertler (1891–1939) artist

Penn Studio, 13a Rudall Crescent, Hampstead, NW3, London, United Kingdom

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Charles Manby 1804-1884 civil engineer lived here

60 Westbourne Terrace, London, United Kingdom

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Four feet below this spot is the stone step, formerly the entrance to the cottage in which lived Andrew Marvell, poet, wit and satirist. Colleague with John Milton in the foreign or Latin secretaryship during the Commonwealth; and for about twenty years MP for Hull. Born at Winstead Yorkshire, 31st March 1621. Died in London, 18th August 1678 and buried in the Church of St Giles-In-The-Fields.

Outside wall of Waterlow Park, High Street, Highgate, N6, London, United Kingdom

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The Playground opposite was part of Bury Field or Church Common enclosed 1850

Former Vestry Road Sorting Office E17, London, United Kingdom

Clock Tower. This well loved Hampstead landmark started life as the local fire-station. A look out was kept from the clock tower

Heath Street, Hampstead, NW3, London, United Kingdom

Wilson Barrett (1846–1904) actor

Mansion Gardens, West Heath Road, Hampstead, NW3, London, United Kingdom

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Harry Gordon Selfridge 1858-1947 department store magnate lived here 1921-1929

The Lansdowne Club, 9 Fitzmaurice Place, Westminster, W1, London, United Kingdom

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Charles Dickens 1812-1870 novelist lived here

48 Doughty Street, Camden, WC1, London, United Kingdom

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Paul Robeson 1898-1976 singer and actor lived here 1929-1930

The Chestnuts, 1 Branch Hill, Camden, NW3, London, United Kingdom

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Charles Kingsley 1819-1875 writer lived here

56 Old Church Street, Chelsea, Kensington and Chelsea, SW3, London, United Kingdom

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Woodside School. Locally Listed building. Opened in 1899 with places for 1466 pupils, Woodside was one of thirteen permanent new schools erected by the Walthamstow School Board between 1880 and 1903 to cater for the needs of the vastly increased population of the time

Woodside Primary School, Wood St E17, London, United Kingdom

Duchess Theatre The Duchess Theatre began a distinguished career as a home for both drama and comedy when it opened with the war play "Tunnel Trench" in 1929. Prominent productions have included the 1936 London debut of T S Eliot's "Murder In The Cathedral" and Noël Coward's "Blithe Spirit" in 1942

Catherine Street, London, United Kingdom

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Dr. John Fry 1922-1994 devoted family doctor and world renowned researcher and writer

138 Croydon Road, Elmers End, London, United Kingdom

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Jacqueline du Pré 1945 – 1987

14 The Bridle Road, Purley, London, United Kingdom

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Deptford Friends' Meeting House stood here. Demolished 1807. Peter the Great Czar of Russia worshipped here 1697-8

146 Deptford High Street, SE8, London, United Kingdom

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Ashleigh & India Houses 1848 Houses for professors of the East India Company's Military Seminary

137–139 Addiscombe Road, Addiscombe, London, United Kingdom

On this site from 1897-1971 stood the Halex factory of the British Xylonite Company

Quest Factory, Jubilee Avenue Highams Park E4, London, United Kingdom

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Directly opposite stood Elm House (demolished in 1898 ) in extensive grounds, the birthplace of William Morris 24 March 1834

Fire Station, 341/343 Forest Road E17, London, United Kingdom

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Site of Essex Hall Rev E Cogan’s Academy 1802-1828 Benjamin Disraeli a student

Essex Hall site, Billet Road E17, London, United Kingdom

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James Clerk Maxwell (1831-1879) physicist lived here

16 Palace Gardens Terrace, Kensington, W8, London, United Kingdom

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The Nag's Head. Locally Listed building. Erected in 1857 by Francis Wragg as a replacement for the original village inn which stood on the corner of Orford Road/Church End. Wragg ran the local stagecoach service to London and also built the adjacent coach houses for his use

The Nag’s Head PH, Orford Road E17, London, United Kingdom

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Walthamstow Fire Engine House. For most of the 19th century this small building housed the Walthamstow parish fire “engine”. Manually operated and originally hand-drawn, it was adapted to the horse in 1863

Adjacent to the National Spiritualist Church, Vestry Road E17, London, United Kingdom

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Sir John Dankworth CBE 1927-2010 the celebrated jazz composer, saxophinist and clarinetist "Johnny" Dankworth lived here in his early years.

Hollywood Way, Woodford Green, London, United Kingdom

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Essex County Cricket Club moved from Brentwood to Leyton in 1885 and remained here for nearly 50 years. The ground was the scene of the world record opening stand of 555 by Sutcliffe and Holmes in 1932

Leyton Youth Centre sportsground, High Road E10, London, United Kingdom

Essex Cricket Pavilion. Grade II Listed building. Designed by Richard Creed FRIBA and erected in 1886 for the Essex County Cricket Board. Official Club headquarters until 1934

Leyton Youth Centre (building), High Road E10, London, United Kingdom

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St Mary’s Church. Grade II* Listed building. Leyton parish church dating back in parts to the mid 17th century although much altered. Domesday book records two priests in 1086, so the current church probably occupies the site of a much earlier building

St Mary’s Church, Church Road E10, London, United Kingdom

Chingford Mount Cemetery – Developed in1884 by the Abney Park Cemetery Company on land originally called “Caroline Mount”, named after the landowner. The original Chapel and gatelodges are now gone but the impressive gates, railings, and gatepiers survive

Chingford Mount Cemetery, Old Church Road E4, London, United Kingdom

Tom Sayers 1826-1865 pugilist died here

257 Camden High Street, London, United Kingdom

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Sir Morell Mackenzie was born here July 7th A.D. 1837

742 High Road Leytonstone E11, London, United Kingdom

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Albert Mansbridge 1876-1952 founder of the Workers' Educational Association lived here

198 Windsor Road, Ilford, London, United Kingdom

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Dr Harold Moody 1882–1947 campaigner for racial equality lived and worked here

164 Queens Road, Peckham, SE15, London, United Kingdom

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Late 18th century Georgian terrace erected for wealthy merchants and businessmen. Extensive grounds now largely developed in the 19th and early 20th century. 694a once the home of Benjamin Cotton

694a-698a High Road Leytonstone E11, London, United Kingdom

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Here stood the Old Watch House or “Cage”. Erected in 1765. Removed in 1912

Vestry House Museum, Vestry Road E17, London, United Kingdom

Carnegie Library. Grade II Listed building. Designed by W Jacques and erected in 1905. Funded by Andrew Carnegie, the Scottish born philanthropist and steel magnate from Pittsburg, Pennsylvania

Lea Bridge Road Library Leyton E10, London, United Kingdom

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