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Cannon

Erection date: 29/11/1989

Inscription

{On plaque attached to one side of cannon:}
Opened on 29th November 1989 by Sir Hugh Bidwell, GBE, Lord Mayor of London.

{Around the base of the plinth:}
Gunpowder Square, 1989.

Site: Cannon (1 memorial)

EC4, Gunpowder Square

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Cannon

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Cannon in Gunpowder Square

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Cannon

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Sir Hugh Bidwell, Lord Mayor

GBE, DLit.Lord Mayor in 1989.

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