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St Margaret, Fish Street Hill - previous building

St Margaret, Fish Street Hill St Margaret, Fish Street Hill - previous building

Site: St Margaret, Fish Street Hill (2 memorials)

EC3, Monument Street

2021: We noticed that the site has been rebuilt and the plaque (now slightly damaged, but our photo does not show that) positioned on the new building, a little further west.  We've kept the photo of the earlier office building (light coloured walls with lots of squarish windows) and added a photo showing the plaque, now where the diners can read it.

This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
St Margaret, Fish Street Hill - previous building

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St Margaret, Fish Street Hill

Opposite this site stood St Margaret, Fish Street Hill, destroyed in the Grea...

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