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Worshipful Company of Plumbers

Ordinances 1365, Grant of Arms 1588. The Plumbers' Hall used to stand in Chequer Yard, where Cannon Street station now stands. The first hall was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666. Rebuilt, it continued in use until demolished to make way for the railway at Cannon Street Station in 1863.

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Worshipful Company of Plumbers

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Cannon Street Station

The Sir John Hawkshaw Cannon Street Station was officially opened by South Ea...

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Plumber's Apprentice statue

This 7 foot statue was unveiled to mark the completion of the Cannon Street S...

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Plumbers - plaque

The Worshipful Company of Plumbers Ordinances 1365, Grant of Arms 1588. Betwe...

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Plumbers - plaque

The Worshipful Company of Plumbers Ordinances 1365, Grant of Arms 1588. Betwe...

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