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(lost) Silver Jubilee - Montague Close

London's early bridges + Silver Jubilee Silver Jubilee - Montague Close

Erection date: /7/1977

Inscription

This monument, built with the aid of funds donated by the Pilgrim Trust, was erected by The London Celebrations Committee for the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II after the clearance of old warehouses between the river Thames and Southwark Cathedral, on a site given by the proprietors of Hay's Wharf Ltd, in July 1977. 

Site: London's early bridges + Silver Jubilee (2 memorials)

SE1, Montague Close

2021: The granite stones remain but all these plaques are gone.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Silver Jubilee - Montague Close

Subjects commemorated Information

Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II

The twenty-fifth anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth II.  This wa...

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Queen Elizabeth II

Born 17 Bruton Street, to the Duke and Duchess of York. When she was 10 her f...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Silver Jubilee - Montague Close

Created by Information

Pilgrim Trust

From their website: "Our aim is to preserve and promote Britain’s historical ...

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Hay's Wharf

The land between Tooley Street and the Thames has been occupied by wharves an...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Silver Jubilee - Montague Close

Also at this site Information

Bridges - Montague Close

The pale palque between the two dark ones carries some near-illegible etching...

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