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Bermondsey Town Hall - remains Bermondsey Library - key stone busts

Memorial: Bermondsey Town Hall - remains


{No inscription that we could find.}

These piers and ironwork are in front of the Sainsbury's (opened 2014) to the right of the Library.

Site: Bermondsey Library - key stone busts (7 memorials)

SE16, Spa Road, Old Bermondsey Library / Kagyu Samye Dzong Buddhist centre

The busts are on the keystones of the library first floor window arches, numbered left to right.  Ornamental Passions has posted about this building and also fails to identify number 5. The building was designed in 1890-2 by John Johnson and opened by John Lubbock.  The library closed in 1989.

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Bermondsey Town Hall - remains

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Bermondsey Town Hall

The Victorian Town Hall was bombed in WW2 and demolished in 1963. After the b...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Bermondsey Town Hall - remains

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Bermondsey Library - 1 - Homer

We would not describe this face as ugly so it can't be Socrates. We reckon i...

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Bermondsey Library - 3 - Victoria

Poor dear, we've seen her looking better.

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Bermondsey Library - 5 - unknown

The weather has removed all the hair and costume details which are essential ...

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