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Pavilion of Remembrance - Newham Pavilion of Remembrance - Newham

Memorial: Pavilion of Remembrance - Newham

Inscription

{Inscribed on the top of the bench:}
To the victims of war in the London Borough of Newham this pavilion is dedicated.

Site: Pavilion of Remembrance - Newham (1 memorial)

E16, North Woolwich Road, Thames Barrier Park

The Thames Barrier Park was opened in 2000. The round hole in the roof of the Pavilion represents a searchlight. In our photo the lady in the orange dress and her friends are sitting on the bench with the inscription.

The land had been in industrial use since the late 1860s. The Park was created by the London Docklands Development Corporation as part of their development of the area.

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Pavilion of Remembrance - Newham

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Pavilion of Remembrance - Newham

Information Created by

Andrew Taylor

Architect active in 2000.

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