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(lost) The Plumbers Arms

The Plumbers Arms The Plumbers Arms
Inscription

A public house "The Plumbers Arms" stood on this site c1808 to 1972.

Site: The Plumbers Arms (1 memorial)

WC1, Hastings Street

2016: With the exception of this tall tower, this entire block of buildings has been demolished and replaced with a single massive block. Meanwhile this tower got renovated, which has resulted in the loss of this plaque.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
The Plumbers Arms

Subjects commemorated Information

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