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Quiqup 3 Sep 15
: A look back at the era when trams & trolleybuses ruled the capital's roads:
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Henry vdV-HVART Ltd. Nov 17
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Olympia London 2 Nov 17
Since 1907, when this photo was taken, has been charming audiences with breathtaking displays
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Diana Smith 22 Feb 16
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Huguenots of Spitalfields Sep 26
Hopefully see you at our Huguenot Ancestry Workshop this Saturday with Dr Kathy Chater. There's still time to book your place!
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Dr Charlotte Young 17 Apr 18
I don't know why it took so long for me to discover this, but en route to St Paul's via Smithfield Market yesterday I walked past the amazing gatehouse of St Bartholomew the Great.
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The Charterhouse 24 Jun 18
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Adam Markham Jun 11
Fantastic news that the Spitalfields silk weavers' houses have been listed and saved from demolition & development. More on this by the here:
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Maggie's Barts 11 Aug 16
Between meetings popped into the . Full of incredible history & worth a visit
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Landmark Taxi Tours 2 Jun 18
It wouldn’t be a trip to London without a tour from the Another of this weeks Tours
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The Charterhouse 14 Jun 18
We're looking for volunteers! If you're interested come and find us at the Volunteering Fair 2018 today at Clarence Hall
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London Live Events⭕️ 12 Jul 16
Thought of the day, London started out like this
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Merchant Taylors' 13 May 14
A very special dinner taking place tonight which has been tradition since 1655!
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Clare Parsons 17 Jan 18
Hidden gems in London, ‘ since 1348 , from medieval monastery to Tudor mansion’, The Charterhouse on a beautiful Autumn morning
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Nicola Whittaker 5 May 18
So excited about our new London home for . Officially open from Tuesday 8th May and kicking it off with an Antique & Modern Jewellery viewing. 🎨:
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Elizabeth St.John Jul 23
Traitors Gate was once called Trader's Gate; supplies were unloaded on the wharf fronting the River Thames. The name shifted during times.
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Open House London 8 Jul 18
The Apothecaries' Hall - one of the exceptional historic buildings participating in , with some of the best-preserved 17C livery hall interiors. Built on the site of the Blackfriars Priory & replacing the original hall burned down in 1666 |
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ABavarianSojourn May 20
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Streatham Common WI Aug 6
Interest in your neighbourhood's past? We're looking forward to tomorrow's meeting - we'll be discovering some thanks to John Brown . Guests welcome @manorarmssw16
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Peter Maurice 14 Mar 18
Birthday and belated Christmas treat for Mrs Bish at the Mail Rail
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