Bethlehem Hospital, Bradshaw’s Hand Book, (No.92)

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Bradshaw describes ‘…Bethlehem Hospital, a noble institution, designed for the reception of those who are suffering from that most awful of human maladies, mental aberration….. Old ‘Bedlam’ in Moorfields, having been taken down in 1814, the present structure was raised in … Continued

St George’s Cathedral, WWII bomb damage

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Several people commented on this photograph which is held in the Imperial War Museum collection. ‘..A priest, probably Father Dixon, stands in the roofless shell of St George’s Roman Catholic Cathedral, on the corner of St George’s Road and Lambeth … Continued

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