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Wandsworth Prison

Wandsworth Prison

A category B men's prison on Heathfield Road SW18, known as the Surrey House of Correction when it first opened. Oscar Wilde was originally imprisoned here before being moved to Reading Gaol, and s...

Building, Architecture

1 memorial

Reading Gaol

Reading Gaol

Former prison on Forbury Road in Reading. Designed by George Gilbert Scott. Its most famous inmate was Oscar Wilde, who wrote 'The Ballad of Reading Gaol' whilst he was here. It housed prisoners of...

Building, Architecture

1 memorial

Suffolk House - SE1

Suffolk House - SE1

From British History On-line 1: The Brandon family had a residence on this site from at least about 1450. From British History On-line 2: "It was ornamented with turrets and cupolas, and enriched ...

Building, Property

1 memorial

Christ Church School, SW3

Christ Church School, SW3

Christ Church itself was built in 1839 and quickly established its Sunday School, initially only for boys and in rented premises in Flood Street. Then Lord Cadogan donated the land directly opposit...

Building, Children, Education, Property

4 memorials

Leyton Town Hall (second)

Leyton Town Hall (second)

There are two adjacent buildings on High Road Leyton, both of which have served as the Town Hall. The first was the yellow brick building on the corner with Ruckholt Road. When this was outgrown th...

Building, Politics & Administration

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