Plaque   

(lost) Bronco toilet paper

Bronco toilet paper Bronco toilet paper
Inscription

Bronco, the first perforated toilet paper, was developed here. The firm originally made two types of toilet paper: British no. 1 and British no. 2.
Wick Wonders

Site: Bronco toilet paper (1 memorial)

E9, White Post Lane

Matt at Londonist found this plaque in 2014. We've hunted and failed to find it, so believe it lost. His notes say the plaque was in White Post Lane, whereas our researches say it should have been erected at the nearby site of Atlas Wharf, 57 Berkshire Road for reasons explained at Atlas Dyeworks.

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Bronco toilet paper

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