Building    From 1471 

Aldermanbury water conduit

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Building

Erected under the will of Sir W. Eastfield. Destroyed in the Great Fire but rebuilt. Finally removed in the 18th century.

2023: A London Inheritance has a very informative post, with photos of two 'conduits' which were small buildings housing a reservoir of water.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Aldermanbury water conduit

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Aldermanbury conduit

The Aldermanbury conduit stood in this street providing free water, 1471 - 18...

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Boars Head pub

Boars Head pub

2018: Martyn Cornell debunked the text on the pub's plaque and provided the following, more trustworthy information: The pub owner’s name was J. G. Mooney & Co Ltd. based in Dublin, and founde...

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1 memorial
Julian Metcalfe

Julian Metcalfe

Co-founder of Pret a Manger with Sinclair Beecham, who he met at the Polytechnic of Central London.  Also founded the itsu chain of Asian-inspired restaurants.

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1 memorial
T Walton (London) Ltd

T Walton (London) Ltd

Founded by T. Walton. See his page for more details about the shops. Our picture was generously offered to us by Monika Roleff who tells us: "This paper bag is part of the collection of ephemera o...

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1 memorial
First pub outside Ireland to have bottled Guinness

First pub outside Ireland to have bottled Guinness

The Tipperary pub, Fleet Street, was the first pub outside Ireland to have bottled Guinness and later draft.

Concept, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Robert E. Rhea

Robert E. Rhea

Businessman. Born in Aurora, Illinois. Responsible for developing the McDonald's hamburger empire abroad.

Person, Commerce, Food & Drink, USA

1 memorial