Latest 20 plaques

Honouring the bravery and sacrifice of William Fraser of Aberdeen Central Fire Station who gave his life in the line of duty at Adelphi Court, Aberdeen - 2 March 1909

51 Union Street, Aberdeen, United Kingdom

Aquí nació Ana María Delgado Briones (1890-1962), conocida como Anita Delgado, maharani de Kapurthala por su matrimonio con Jagatjit Singh, lo que la convirtió en la única española que fue princesa de la India.

English translation: Ana María Delgado Briones (1890-1962) was born here, known as Anita Delgado, Maharani of Kapurthala because of her marriage to Jagatjit Singh, which made her the only Spaniard who was princess of India.

Calle Peña, 17, Málaga, Spain


Landmarks of New York Site of Wall of New Amsterdam In 1653 the City of New Amsterdam erected a wall along the northern edge of town to protect the inhabitants from attack. This wall, five to six feet high was constructed of heavy planks laid horizontally, and ran from the Hudson River to the East River on the line of present-day Wall Street. Frequently in need of repair, the wall had been abandoned by 1699. Plaque erected 1965 by the New York Community Trust

1 Wall Street, New York, NY, United States

WILSTON SAMUEL JACKSON Born 17 May 1927 Jamaica. First Black British Train Driver. Fireman & Driver of Steam and Diesel Locomotives out of King's Cross & St Pancras 1952-1967. Fireman & Driver of the locomotives 'Mallard' and 'The Flying Scotsman' and the train "The Elizabethan". Died 15 September 2018 aged 91

Kings Cross Station, London, United Kingdom

THE GREEN DRAGON INN. A Merchants House. Earliest structure dates from the 14th century. After timber gables had been added in the late 16th century, it was known as The Great Garratt. Restored by Warwicks & Richardsons Ltd. 1956

The Green Dragon, Broadgate, Lincoln, United Kingdom

ALFRED THE GREAT AD 879 on this Summit Erected his Standard Against Danish Invaders To him we owe the origin of (juries) The Establishment of (a militia) The Creation of a Naval Force ALFRED The Lion of a (benighted) Age Was a Philosopher and a Christian The Father of his People The Founder of the English MONARCHY and LIBERTY.

King Alfred's Tower, Stourhead, United Kingdom


DERNSTALL HOUSE Late 15th Century timber framed town house with open roofed hall on first floor. Stands within the area known in the Middle Ages as the Dernstall. Reconstructed by the Lincoln Civic Trust 1970

DERNSTALL HOUSE, 33 AND 34, THE STRAIT, Lincoln, United Kingdom

HARDING HOUSE THese buildings formerly part of the endowment of Lincoln Christs Hospital, were purchased in 1930 by Canon N.S. Harding, Curate and subsequently Vicar of All Saints Church, Lincoln, on whose death in 1952 they passed to the City of Lincoln. Restored 1962

Harding House Gallery, 50 Steep Hill, Lincoln, United Kingdom

PETER DE WINT Born 21 January 1784 Died 30 June 1849 Master of the art of painting water-colour, in association with his brother-in-law WILLIAM HILTON RA. Born in Lincoln 3 June 1786 Died 30 December 1839 Keeper of the Royal Academy from 1827, Purchased the site in 1814 and built this house wherein both lived while resident in Lincoln

Union Road, Lincoln, United Kingdom

THE THIRD DUKE OF RICHMOND LENNOX AND AUBIGNY Master General of the Ordnance 1782 - 1795 Founded the First Troop of the ROYAL HORSE ARTILLERY at Goodwood in 1793

Goodwood House Stables, Chichester, United Kingdom

Exchequergate. West Gatehouse of 14th Century close wall built to enclose properties of the Dean and Chapter

Exchequer Gate, Lincoln, United Kingdom

The prototype British 'FIGHTING TANK' was designed here in late-Summer 1915 by W.A. Tritton and Lt. W.G. Wilson RN. 400 tanks were subsequently built by Fosters of Lincoln

White Hart Hotel, Bailgate, Lincoln, United Kingdom

"Ras il-Ħuta" Arti fi Spazji Pubbliċi Monument inawgurat mill-Ministru għat-Trasport u l-Infrastruttura Joe Mizzi Illum it-Tnejn 30 ta' Jannar, 2017

English translation: “Fish Head” Art in Public Spaces Inaugurated monument by the Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Joe Mizzi Today Monday 30th January 2017 [AWS Translate]

Triq is-Salini, Marsaskala (Wied il-Għajn), Malta

L-E. T. AGATHA BARBARA 70 Sena L-Ewwel Mara Maltija Membru Parlamentari 60 Sena L-Ewwel Mara Maltija Ministru 40 Sena L-Ewwel Mara Maltija President ta' Malta B' ħajr, f' isem il-poplu Malti, għal kontribut uniku lil pajjiżna 4 ta' April 2017 Fl-okkażjoni tat-Tielet Anniversarju tal-Presidenza Tal-E.T. Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca

English translation: E. T. AGATHA BARBARA 70 Years First Maltese Woman chairing Parliamentary 60 Year First Maltese Woman Minister 40 Year First Maltese Woman President of Malta Thanksgiving, in the name of the Maltese people, for a unique contribution to our country 4 April 2017 On the occasion of the Third Anniversary H.E. Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca [AWS Translate]

Triq is-Santwarju, Ħal Tarxien, Malta

Agatha barbara president ta' malta 1982 - 1987

English translation: Agatha Barbara chairperson of malta 1982 - 1987 [AWS Translate]

Triq is-Santwarju, Ħaż-Żabbar, Malta

In memory of Rene Tkacik, who lost his life here during the construction of the Crossrail Tunnels on the 7th March 2014 Gone But Not Forgotten

Fisher Street, London, United Kingdom

Howard Phillips Lovecraft Father of Weird Fiction, and Son of Providence, Born near this spot. August 20th 1890

454 Angell Street, Providence, United States

Howard Phillips Lovecraft (1890 - 1937) U.S. Author I never can be tied to raw, new things, For I first saw the light in an old town, Where from my window huddled roofs sloped down To a quaint harbour rich with visionings. Streets with carved doorways where the sunset beams Flooded old fanlights and small window-panes, And Georgian steeples topped with gilded vanes— These were the sights that shaped my childhood dreams. Such treasures, left from times of cautious leaven, Cannot but loose the hold of flimsier wraiths That flit with shifting ways and muddled faiths Across the changeless walls of earth and heaven. They cut the moment's thongs and leave me free To stand alone before eternity.

22 Prospect Street, Providence, United States

Helena Normanton 1882-1957 Pioneering female barrister and advocate for equality. The first woman to be admitted to an Inn of Court. Lived here 1895-1901

4 Clifton Place, Brighton, United Kingdom


Sarah Parker Remond 1826-1894 African American abolitionist, lecturer, suffragist, polyglot, UCL & Bedford College graduate. Lived at 6 Grenville Street, later became an Obsterician in Italy.

Corner of Grenville Street and Brunswick Square WC1, London, United Kingdom