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Gatti family

Gatti family Gatti family
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Site of the Adelphi Theatre Restaurant owned by the Swiss-Italian Gatti family, restaurateurs, music hall, theatre and electricity supply entrepreneurs. Sir John Gatti served as Lord Mayor of Westminster, 1911-12.
City of Westminster
Enstar Capital

There is an interesting memorial to the power supply just around the corner.

Site: Gatti family (1 memorial)

WC2, The Strand

Yes, that man does have the dog on a lead and does set off down the Strand with the dog running happily alongside. This was Christmas Day 2014, so very little traffic, which was why we were there - on normal days the buses make this an impossible building to photo.

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Gatti family

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Adelphi Theatre Restaurant

Grade II Listed.  In 1878 Agostino and Stefano Gatti bought the Adelphi Theat...

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Charing Cross Electricity Supply Company

This originated in 1882 from the power supply set up by Agostino and Stefano ...

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Gatti family

Swiss-Italian family.  Restaurateurs, music hall, theatre and electricity sup...

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Sir John Gatti

Born Giovanni Maria Emilio in Switzerland, son of Agostino, of the Gatti fami...

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Gatti family

Created by Information

Enstar Capital

Property investors and developers active in 2014.

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Westminster City Council

The ancient parish of St Margaret's was divided into St Margaret's and St Joh...

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