Plaque

Walter de la Mare - Mackenzie Road

Inscription

Walter de la Mare, 1873 - 1956, poet and author, lived here.
The London Borough of Bromley

Site: Walter de la Mare - Mackenzie Road (1 memorial)

BR3, Mackenzie Road, 195

In de la Mare's time this address was 6 Lynton Terrace.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Walter de la Mare - Mackenzie Road

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Walter de la Mare

Poet and writer. Born 83 Maryon Road, Charlton. Best known poem "The Listener...

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Walter de la Mare - Mackenzie Road

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London Borough of Bromley

Formerly part of Kent, it has been part of Greater London since 1963.

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