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Lewisham District Board of Works

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Lewisham was a local government district within the metropolitan area of London. It was formed by the Metropolis Management Act 1855, and was governed by the Lewisham District Board of Works, which consisted of elected vestrymen.

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Lewisham District Board of Works

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Lewisham Clock Tower

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