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Lord Stanley of Preston

Lord Stanley of Preston Lord Stanley of Preston
Inscription

City of Westminster
Lord Stanley of Preston purchased the original Stanley Cup from a silversmith on this site in 1892 for the people of Canada to commemorate amateur and professional ice hockey.
The cup is now in the Ice Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto.

Site: Lord Stanley of Preston (1 memorial)

W1, Regent Street, 128

The wall of buses made photographing this building rather difficult.

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Lord Stanley of Preston

Subjects commemorated Information

Stanley Cup

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Lord Stanley of Preston

Politician and Keen sportsman. 16th Earl of Derby. Born London, second son of...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Lord Stanley of Preston

Created by Information

Westminster City Council

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