Event    From 30/4/1999  To 30/4/1999

Admiral Duncan pub bombing

Well known as a gay pub, the Admiral Duncan was the site chosen by Neo-Nazi David Copeland to detonate a nail bomb which killed three people and wounded 70. See also Brixton nail bomb.

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Admiral Duncan pub bombing

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Admiral Duncan Memorial

Admiral Duncan Memorial

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Admiral Duncan nail bomb

The Admiral Duncan Pub 3 people killed, 70 injured, by a neo-nazi nail bomber...

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Thomas Earnshaw

Thomas Earnshaw

Born Ashton under Lyme, Lancashire. Maker of watches and chronometers. Lived and worked mainly in London and Greenwich. He seems to have been a bitter man with whom it was unpleasant to do business...

Person, Commerce, Science

1 memorial
Owen Owen

Owen Owen

Founder of a chain of department stores. Born Wales to a farming family. 1860 apprenticed to an uncle at a drapers shop in Bath. 1868 opened his own drapers in Liverpool. Very successful and by 18...

Person, Commerce, Wales

1 memorial
Westminster penny post

Westminster penny post

Westminster office of the penny post and then the two-penny post. The first office of the penny post in London that ran in a dedicated building rather than within a stationer or other business. T...

Building, Commerce

1 memorial
Richard D'Oyly Carte

Richard D'Oyly Carte

Theatre impresario. Born Greek Street. Suggested that Sullivan should work on Gilbert's "Trial by Jury" and staged the first performance in 1875. In 1879 D'Oyly Carte's Opera Company was formed and...

Person, Commerce, Music / songs, Seriously Famous, Theatre

5 memorials