Plaque

Tower Liberty boundary

Tower Liberty boundary Tower Liberty boundary
Inscription

E II R No 26

This marker was formerly attached to the western range of buildings at St Katharine's Dock, and was presumably renewed when these were demolished in the 1970s.

Site: Tower Liberty boundary (1 memorial)

E1, St Katherine's Way

This plaque was brought to our attention by Antoinette Ward and had us foxed. It was destined for Puzzle Corner but then Matt of Londonist came up with the answer. It's a marker for the boundary of the Tower Liberty. And Ian Visits has recently explained how this and the other markers of the Liberty are beaten.

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Tower Liberty boundary

Subjects commemorated i

Queen Elizabeth II

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Tower Liberty

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