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Albergo del Pellegrino

This building was used as a hotel, 'The Pilgrim' until about 1930. It was demolished following WW2 bomb damage. The photo shows the east side and Byron's window was on the first floor, fourth from the left.

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Albergo del Pellegrino

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Byron in Bologna

The creators of this plaque have copied the two paragraphs from the original ...

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Old Serjeant's Inn

Old Serjeant's Inn

There is a 53 page, privately printed history of the Old Serjeants Inn, published in 1912 by the Law Union and Rock Insurance Company Ltd, who acquired the property in 1909.

Building, Commerce

1 memorial
Albert E. Reed

Albert E. Reed

 Paper manufacturer and Weslian preacher.  Born Devon.  Established a newsprint manufacturing company in Kent in 1894.  By 1965 this had grown to be the Reed Group and in 1993 it merged to become R...

Person, Commerce, Religion

1 memorial
Mog Murphy

Mog Murphy

Eccentric landlady of the Turk's Head Wapping during WW2 - stayed open all hours for service personnel seeking news of their loved ones.

Person, Commerce, Community / Clubs

1 memorial
Roman warehouse

Roman warehouse

The picture source says "Near the Courage Brewery Site archaeologists found the complete wooden floor of a riverside warehouse. Nothing like this has been found anywhere else. The basement would ha...

Building, Commerce, Romans

1 memorial