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Southwark Fire Station - extension

Southwark Fire Station - extension Southwark Fire Station - extension

Erection date: 14/12/1911

Inscription

This extension was opened by Jocelyn Brandon Esq. Chairman of the Fire Brigade Committee of the London County Council on the 14th day of December 1911.

Site: Southwark Fire Station - extension (1 memorial)

SE1, Southwark Bridge Road

We deliberately captured part of the notice to the left of the plaque - you can work out its message. The station was closed in 2014.

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Southwark Fire Station - extension

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Southwark Fire Station, HQ and Training Centre

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Southwark Fire Station - extension

Created by Information

Jocelyn Brandon

Chairman of the Fire Brigade Committee of the London County Council in 1911. ...

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