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Ship Successe

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Ship originally built as the Bradford. Referred to 4 times in Pepys' diary. Was in harbour from November 1658 and was paid off at a cost of £3228. Colonel John Birch and Sir Richard Browne were two of the parliamentary commissioners appointed to disband the forces.

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Ship Successe

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Pepys - Stew Lane

This page of Pepys' Diary is given at The Diary of Samuel Pepys with lots of ...

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South End Road bridge reconstruction

South End Road bridge reconstruction

Reconstructed & widened in 1969 replacing a 28 ft. wide cast iron bridge built in 1864.

Event, Engineering, Transport

1 memorial
Sir Thomas Sopwith

Sir Thomas Sopwith

Aviator and aircraft manufacturer. Designed the Sopwith Camel. Aged 10 accidentally killed his father in a shooting accident. Expert ice skater and a legend in the yachting America's Cup. Born 92 C...

Person, Aviation, Engineering, Sport / Games, Transport

1 memorial
Caldedonian Sleeper

Caldedonian Sleeper

From the website: "Travel in comfort Between Scotland and London, allowing you to arrive refreshed  The Caledonian Sleeper is the most civilised way to travel between Scotland and London, allowing ...

Group, Transport, Scotland

1 memorial
First underground passenger railway - Metropolitan

First underground passenger railway - Metropolitan

Between Paddington and Farringdon. A grand opening on the 9th preceded the opening to the public on Saturday 10 January 1863. “That afternoon Hetta trusted herself all alone to the mysteries of th...

Event, Transport

4 memorials
Barbara Harmer

Barbara Harmer

The first qualified female supersonic pilot and the first to fly Concorde. Born at the house with the plaque, she was raised in Bognor Regis and left school aged 15 to become a hairdresser but the...

Person, Gender Issues, Transport

1 memorial