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Anthony Trollope - pillar box - Fleet Street

Anthony Trollope - pillar box - Fleet Street Anthony Trollope - pillar box - Fleet Street
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This plaque commemorates the bicentenary of the birth of Anthony Trollope (1815 - 1882), who introduced pillar boxes to the United Kingdom in 1852.

In 1855 this street became one of the first in London to have a pillar box.

5 similar plaques have been erected.

Site: Anthony Trollope - pillar box - Fleet Street (1 memorial)

EC4, Fleet Street

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Anthony Trollope - pillar box - Fleet Street

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Anthony Trollope

Author of over 50 delightful novels. Born at 16 Keppel Street. Worked for the...

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Anthony Trollope - pillar box - Fleet Street

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Royal Mail

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