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Lorne House

Lorne House

Early-mid 19th century pair of terraced houses, now Grade II Listed. From 1945 on this property has had a chequered career. Lome House was approved for the education and training of girls sent the...

Building, Medicine, Property

1 memorial

Scottish National Church

Scottish National Church

From the church's website: Crown Court Church is unique in its history as the longest-established Presbyterian church in England, dating from 1711. The Church of Scotland has been active in London...

Building, Religion

1 memorial

West Hackney Almshouses / Cooke's Rents

West Hackney Almshouses / Cooke's Rents

Mainly from British History Online we've learnt the following: In 1740 Thomas Cooke, a director of the Bank of England, built almshouses, Cooke’s Rents, for 8 poor families with small children, and...

Building, Property, Social Welfare

1 memorial

Lawrence Hall

Lawrence Hall

Built as an exhibition hall for the Royal Horticultural Society, initially called the New Hall. Architects: Murray Easton and Howard Robertson.  An Art Deco building with interesting detailing - Ma...

Building, Gardens / Agriculture

2 memorials

Atlas Dyeworks

Atlas Dyeworks

The Simpson, etc. plaque commemorates the Dyeworks which were at Victory Place 1859 - 68. This page refers to that site but also refers to the Hackney Dyeworks to which Atlas expanded. The photo sh...

Building, Science, Industry

2 memorials

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