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Angel Inn, near Smithfield Angel Inn

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Angel Inn, near Smithfield Angel Inn

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Sculptured stone bench

Portland stone, 6 tonnes. CWO has more information about this bench.

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Petticoat Lane Market

Petticoat Lane Market

By 1608 this street was known as Peticote Lane for the second-hand clothes, etc. which were bought and sold here, right on the boundary with the City. In about 1830 the street name was changed to M...

Place, Commerce

1 memorial
Downs Hotel

Downs Hotel

The Pickwick Bicycle Club was founded here on 22 June 1870. At that first meeting, it was decided that the Downs Hotel should be the general rendezvous for bi-weekly excursions on Wednesdays and Sa...

Place, Commerce, Community / Clubs

1 memorial
John Kemp-Welch

John Kemp-Welch

Say what you like about estate agents, they are sometimes extremely helpful when trying to identify people of property from the past. Courtenays have published some of the history of the Clapham Ab...

Person, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Windsor Castle pub

Windsor Castle pub

Restored in 1990. Described by Time Out as "this absurd pub, apparently popular with every minor celebrity you can think of". August 2016: Londonist informs that the pub is about to close and has ...

Building, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Thomas Twining

Thomas Twining

The Twickenham plaque is mistaken about his role as founder of Twining's Tea, since that company was founded in 1706 by a Thomas Twining, born in 1675. The Twining's website shows no interest in th...

Person, Commerce

1 memorial