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Tudor House

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Tudor House

There seems to be confusion between this building on St Leonard’s Street, demolished c.1900, and Bromley Hall, which is still extant on the Blackwall Tunnel Approach Road. The normally very trustworthy British History On-line describes “Tudor House, St. Leonard's Street” in detail but the associated pictures are labelled "Bromley Hall" and do indeed depict the building on the Approach Road. Other websites have carried this confusion forward so the knot is impossible to untangle, without going back to some source documents, for which we don't have the resources.

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Tudor House

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