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mole man

Mole Man of Hackney mole man
Inscription

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William ‘Mole Man’ Lyttle, 1931 - 2010, burrower, lived and dug here, 1962 - 2009.
Karmarama

Site: Mole Man of Hackney (1 memorial)

N1, Mortimer Street, 121

Photos taken in early summer 2010. The plaque is unlikely to remain in situ as the house is in danger of collapsing, owing to Mr Lyttle’s excavations. 2014: The house looks no better.

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

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William (Mole man) Lyttle

Known as the ‘Mole Man’ because he spent forty years digging a series of tunn...

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Karmarama

A creative agency run by Dave Buonaguidi, a neighbour who lived over the road...

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