Plaque

Royal Garrison Church of St George - WW2 bomb

Inscription

Royal Garrison Church of St. George, destroyed by flying bomb on 13th July 1944. Consecrated ground preserved as a memorial garden and containing the V.C. memorial of the Royal Regiment of Artillery.

Site: Royal Garrison Church of St George (1 memorial)

SE18, Grand Depot Road

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

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Royal Garrison Church of St George - WW2 bomb

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Royal Garrison Church of St George

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