Plaque

WB Yeats - Woburn Walk

Inscription

William Butler Yeats, Irish poet and dramatist, lived in this house, then known as 18 Woburn Buildings, from 1895 to 1919.

Site: WB Yeats - Woburn Walk (1 memorial)

WC1, Woburn Walk, 5

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
WB Yeats - Woburn Walk

Subjects commemorated i

W. B. Yeats

Poet and dramatist. Born in Dublin to John Butler Yeats.  A member of The Rhy...

Read More

Nearby Memorials

Mothers' Union - right

Mothers' Union - right

SW1, Tufton Street, Mary Sumner House

The plaques are either side of the entrance in Tufton Street. A large decorative panel on the Great Peter Street corner reads: The Mary S...

4 subjects commemorated, 1 creator
Lord Randolph Churchill

Lord Randolph Churchill

W2, Connaught Place, 2

This terrace backs on to the Marble Arch mega-roundabout, and we've heard that the horse-drawn carriages of that time made the streets ve...

1 subject commemorated, 1 creator
Houndsditch murders

Houndsditch murders

EC3, Cutler Street

Two other officers were crippled for life. The plaque does not mention the Sidney Street Siege but it is so closely connected we've added...

5 subjects commemorated, 1 creator
Greenwich Foot Tunnel - north

Greenwich Foot Tunnel - north

E14, Saunders Ness Road, Island Gardens

There is an identical plaque at the entrance to the tunnel on the south bank of the Thames.

12 subjects commemorated
William Tierney Clark - Fulham Reach

William Tierney Clark - Fulham Reach

W6, Thames Path, Fulham Reach

Don't get us wrong, we do like Hammersmith Bridge, but all his bridges look rather samey, don't they?

9 subjects commemorated