Group    From 1959 

International Maritime Organisation

Part of the UN, the IMO has its HQ in London (we do like our initials).

Always based in London, it began as the Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organisation in Chancery Lane, moved to 22 Berners Street, then 101 Piccadilly. In 1983 it moved into purpose-built offices and gained a snappier name.

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
International Maritime Organisation

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International Memorial to Seafarers

{On a plaque to the left of the sculpture (in English and also in 2 non-Latin...

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River Lea Watermills

River Lea Watermills

The picture source website is a report on the Archaeology in the Lea Valley prepared in advance of the 2012 Olympics.

Building, Industry

1 memorial
Charles Rolls

Charles Rolls

Born 35 Hill Street, W1, son of Lord Llangattock, John Rolls. A keen racing cyclist, he became the fourth man in England to own a car, took to racing cars and repeatedly broke the land speed record...

Person, Aviation, Commerce, Industry, Seriously Famous, Transport

1 memorial
Chelsea Electricity Supply Co. Ltd

Chelsea Electricity Supply Co. Ltd

At British History we found this: "The Chelsea Electricity Supply Company, with premises in Draycott Place, empowered to supply electricity in 1886, commenced supply in 1889, in competition with th...

Group, Industry

1 memorial
Sir Otto Beit

Sir Otto Beit

Financier, philanthropist, and art connoisseur.  Born Berlin.  Younger brother to Alfred and made his fortune the same way: mining diamonds.  Came to London in 1896 and took British citizenship.  G...

Person, Industry, Philanthropy, Race Issues, Germany

1 memorial