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Agnes Street, Grantham

Brookes Yard See #179181.

Blue plaque for John Boultbee Brooks, developer of the Brook's saddle.

Alleyway with blue plaque for Dr Myra King Merrick

Blue plaque noting where a cycling innovator lived for a while.

Thomas Hardy lived here.

Banyer's Lodge, on Dog Kennel Lane, Royston

Cycle parking outside 12 Woodstock Road, Oxford Location: Oxford (England, United Kingdom) Oxford Playhouse began here, 1923-1938, in the former Big Game Museum built in 1906 (This building is sometimes referred to as the Red Barn)

The blue plaque reads: Hinckley Civic Society In a house and chapel on this site Roman Catholic Priest Father Matthew Thomas Norton OP (1732-1800) re-founded the Dominican order in England after Henry VIII's Reformation. Hinckley and … [more]

Totally illegible blue plaque above shops in Cambridge - commemorating Eglantyne Jebb, co-founder of Save the Children in 1919.

The blue plaque on the right of this building reads: "Lowestoft Railway Station Britain's most easterly railway station. The Reedham to Lowestoft line was commissioned by Sir Morton Peto and opened on 3rd May 1847. The present station was … [more]

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