Plaque

Royal Arsenal Riverside Guardrooms

Royal Arsenal Riverside Guardrooms Royal Arsenal Riverside Guardrooms
Inscription

East & West Riverside Guardrooms Grade II listed building built 1814 - 15.
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The same plaque appears on each of the guardrooms.

Site: Royal Arsenal Riverside Guardrooms (1 memorial)

SE18, Number One Street, 54 and 55

In front of the guardrooms is a sculpture by Peter Burke called 'Assembly1' or just 'Assembly'. Erected in 2001, there are sixteen cast iron figures. As far as we know this art work is not commemorative.

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

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Royal Arsenal Riverside Guardrooms

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Royal Arsenal Riverside Guardrooms

Originally the two guardrooms flanked a grand staircase, which was the rivers...

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Royal Arsenal Riverside Guardrooms

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Royal Arsenal Riverside

A residential, retail and leisure development of the former Royal Arsenal sit...

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