Building    From 1849  To 1963

City of London Coal Exchange

Categories: Commerce

Opened in 1849 in Lower Thames Street, demolished in 1963. Our Picture source examines all the interesting buildings on this section of Lower Thames Street.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
City of London Coal Exchange

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city boundary dragons

A second 1849 cast-iron heraldic dragon rears up on the other side of the bus...

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William Alfred Westropp Foyle

William Alfred Westropp Foyle

Founded Foyles Bookshop in 1903.  Born Shoreditch, the 7th child of a 7th child of a 7th child.  William and brother Gilbert opened their first bookshop in Islington, moved to Peckham and then Ceci...

Person, Commerce, Museums / Libraries

1 memorial
Admiral Duncan pub bombing

Admiral Duncan pub bombing

Well known as a gay pub, the Admiral Duncan was the site chosen by Neo-Nazi David Copeland to detonate a nail bomb which killed three people and wounded 70. See also Brixton nail bomb.

Event, Commerce, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink, Gender Issues, Terrorism, Tragedy

2 memorials
Ritz Hotel

Ritz Hotel

Opened by Swiss hotelier Cesar Ritz. The first hotel in the country where every room had an ensuite bathroom.

Place, Commerce

1 memorial
Red Lion, Kilburn

Red Lion, Kilburn

Closed Pubs has a good picture of the current building and gives: "The Red Lion was situated at 34 Kilburn High Road. This pub was known as The Westbury at time of closure in 2012. Rebuilt in the l...

Place, Commerce, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Shafron & Co Ltd

Shafron & Co Ltd

Trader at Covent Garden Market at its original site.

Group, Commerce

1 memorial