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Eric and Stella Newton

Eric and Stella Newton

WC1, Cumberland Gardens, 3

Somewhere we read about this house where the "surname is recorded in a rebus in the tiling of the front step". On our first visit, 2008, the porch ...

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Sulloniacae

Sulloniacae

HA7, Brockley Hill

This is an unusual plaque - painted on a large wooden board that looks like it was intended to be somewhere more populated, holding more mundane no...

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Charles Melville Hays

Charles Melville Hays

EC3, Lombard Street, 57 - 59, St Edmund the King Church

A.M.D.G. stands for Ad Maiorem Dei Gloriam (For the greater glory of God). It is the motto of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits).

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Frances Whiting memorial fountain

Frances Whiting memorial fountain

WC1, Guilford Place

This figure represents the woman of Samaria (a Samaritan) at the well, from St John's gospel.

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David Cassidy - Phoenix Garden

David Cassidy - Phoenix Garden

WC2, Stacey Street, 21, Phoenix Garden, Wishing Wall

"Tell Me It's Not True" is a song sung at the end of "Blood Brothers", a musical theatre production which had a 24-year run in the West End. Create...

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