26 Russell Street (previously Great Russel Street). Pubs History lists licencees from 1848 but it dates back to the 18th century at least. Closed by 1922.
Building, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink
Named after Princess Alexandra, newly married to the Prince of Wales, opened as "The People's Palace" in 1873 as a recreation centre, and destroyed by fire 16 days later. Reopened in 1875. Used as ...
Place, Community / Clubs, Gardens / Agriculture
Now known as Nunhead cemetery, it was one of the so-called 'magnificent seven' cemeteries, opened on the outskirts of London in the nineteenth century, to alleviate the overcrowding in parish buria...
Place, Community / Clubs
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Started: 14/10/1824, 195 years ago
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