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Seymour Housing Co-operative

Categories: Property, Social Welfare

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Seymour Housing Co-operative

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Joe Strummer squat

Joe Strummer, 1952 - 2002, musician, wordsmith, lived here, 1978 - 79. Seymou...

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Harwich House

Harwich House

The picture shows Harwich House about to be demolished in 1987. Comparing it with this Google Streetview we think Harwich House was on the site now occupied by the rather nasty glass arcade.  Photo...

Building, Property

1 memorial
1 Devonshire Terrace

1 Devonshire Terrace

Charles Dickens lived here with his family, 1839-51. They had moved here from 48 Doughty Street. The ninth child Dora, was born here and died here in 1851 aged just 8 months. Her mother Catherine w...

Building, Property

1 memorial
Friary House

Friary House

There has been a house on this site since about 1551 and it was occupied by, amongst others, John Popham. Guests at the house included Queen Elizabeth I and, in the early 1700s, Queen Anne. 1800 th...

Building, Property

1 memorial
Worcester House - City

Worcester House - City

From Louis Zettersten: WORCESTER WHARF – Here stood in the 15th century Worcester House, belonging to the Earls of Worcester, but Stow records that the palace was "now divided into many tenements."...

Building, Liveries & Guilds, Property

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Toy Inn

Toy Inn

Its name derives from the fact that it was situated by the tow path on the Thames. Although the plaque says that it was built for Oliver Cromwell's troops, it actually originated as a hostelry for ...

Building, Property

1 memorial