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Hughes Mansions

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Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

Hughes Mansions

Building  From 1927 

Categories: Architecture, Tragedy

Flats built in honour of Judge Thomas Hughes. On 27 March 1945 part of the building was destroyed by the last V2 rocket to hit London (another one fell on Orpington, Kent on the same date), killing 134 people. The damaged flats were eventually rebuilt.

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