Place    From 1854  To 1854

cholera-bearing water pump

Categories: Food & Drink, Medicine, Tragedy

Place

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cholera-bearing water pump

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Cholera Pump

Still, this pump has no handle.

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Dr John Snow - RSC plaque

RSC - advancing the chemical sciences National Chemical Landmark Dr John Snow...

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Dr John Snow - site of pump

The red granite kerbstone marks the site of the historic Broad Street pump as...

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Other Subjects

Finlays

Finlays

From Finlays we learn that: James Finlay (d. 1790) began his career in Glasgow in the family textile business selling cotton goods. He moved into embroidered muslins and also manufacture. His son K...

Group, Commerce, Food & Drink, Gardens / Agriculture, Africa, Ceylon, Scotland

1 memorial
Eyre Arms Tavern

Eyre Arms Tavern

St John’s Wood was once part of the Great Forest of Middlesex. Until the end of the eighteenth century (when plans for residential development first appeared) it remained in agricultural use. By 17...

Building, Architecture, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Abbey Tavern

Abbey Tavern

Architect: Alexander Builder: S. R . Lamble

Building, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
The Three Cripples public house

The Three Cripples public house

Pub in Charles Dickens's "Oliver Twist".

Fiction, Commerce, Fictional, Food & Drink

1 memorial