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Castle pub WW2 bomb Thomas Cromwell & the Castle pub

Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

Plaque: Castle pub WW2 bomb

Inscription

This plaque has been placed here in memory of the 45 people who lost their lives in the Castle public house on the 19th April 1941 during a World War II bomb attack.

Site: Thomas Cromwell & the Castle pub (2 memorials)

SW15, Brewhouse Lane, 3

The Castle plaque is the lower of the three near the camera. The Cromwell plaque is just visible, one window bay to the left of the woman facing the camera.

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Castle pub WW2 bomb

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