EPW062008 ENGLAND (1939).  Aldersgate, London, 1939


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    Title [EPW062008] Aldersgate, London, 1939
    Reference EPW062008
    Date 27 June 1939
    Place name LONDON
    Parish
    District
    Region
    Country ENGLAND
    Easting / Northing 532189,  181540
    Longitude / Latitude -0.094646117460123,  51.516812975487
    National Grid Reference TQ322815
    Image size (px)
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     St Mary Aldermanbury. The church was gutted by the Blitz in 1940, leaving only the walls standing. In 1966 these stones were transported to Fulton, Missouri, by the residents of that town, and rebuilt in the grounds of Westminster College as a memorial to Winston Churchill. The footprint of the church remains at the junction of London's Aldermanbury and Love Lane, planted with bushes and trees

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