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Department store created by Harry Selfridge. The flagship store opened on 15 March 1909. In 1951 it was acquired by Lewis's and then in 1965 by the Sears Group. In 2003 the chain was acquired by Galen Weston for nearly £600 million. It was sold jointly to a Thai retailer and an Austrian property firm for around £4 billion in 2021.

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John Logie Baird - N10

John Logie Baird John (Logie) Baird, the inventor of the first television, wa...

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Selfridges centenary

Selfridge & Co. Limited Unveiled in 2009 by Galen, Hilary and Alannah Wes...

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Trees for Westminster

To celebrate Westminster City Council's Quatercentenary HRH the Duke of Kent,...

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City Road Basin

City Road Basin

Part of the Regent's Canal. Built in 1820 to allow boats to moor and unload cargo, initially brought long distance but it soon became used primarily to transport local coal and building materials. ...

Place, Commerce, Transport

1 memorial
Albergo del Pellegrino

Albergo del Pellegrino

This building was used as a hotel, 'The Pilgrim' until about 1930.  It was demolished following WW2 bomb damage.  The photo shows the east side and Byron's window was on the first floor, fourth fro...

Building, Commerce, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Barley Mow pub - Dorset Street

Barley Mow pub - Dorset Street

Self-proclaimed "oldest pub in Marylebone". Some information can be found at Stonch's Beer Blog.

Building, Commerce, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Hiram Shorey

Hiram Shorey

Merchant tailor and co-founder of Rotary International. Born Hiram Elroy Shorey in Litchfield, Kennebec, Maine.

Person, Commerce, Community / Clubs, USA

1 memorial
USS Ltd
1 memorial