Plaque

Marchioness at Dulwich

Marchioness at Dulwich
Marchioness at Dulwich
Inscription

The trees and plants on this green are in memory of Rachael Rackow and Julian Tremain who lived nearby and died with their friends in the Marchioness river boat disaster of August 1989.

Site: Marchioness at Dulwich (1 memorial)

SE21, Red Post Hill, Opposite 8

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Marchioness at Dulwich

Subjects commemorated i

Sinking of the Marchioness

The pleasure boat The Marchioness collided with another vessel and sank with ...

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Rachael Rackow

She was a former model, working as a photographic agent.

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