Plaque

William Tierney Clark

Inscription

Designer of the first Hammersmith Bridge, William Tierney Clark, 1783-1852, lived on this waterworks site, c.1839.

Site: William Tierney Clark (1 memorial)

W6, Upper Mall, Opposite The Black Lion Public House

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

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William Tierney Clark

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Hammersmith Bridge

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William Tierney Clark

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