Plaque

Stones End fort

Stones End fort
Stones End fort
Inscription

Historic Southwark
Here was "Stones End" where "Town Street" met the old turnpike road, one of the parliamentary forts erected to defend London during the Civil War stood here.

Site: Stones End fort (1 memorial)

SE1, Borough High Street, Southwark Police Station

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Stones End fort

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Stones End fort

A parliamentary fort erected to defend London during the Civil War. The pict...

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Stones End fort

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Southwark Council

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