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The Law Courts in Strand, London. 7 November 1945
The Law Courts in Strand, London. 7 November 1945
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The famous London church. The Doric pillars and gracefully tapering spires of St
The famous London church. The Doric pillars and gracefully tapering spires of St
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Unilever House, Blackfriars, london, F C, the head office of Lever Brothers and Unilever Ltd
Unilever House, Blackfriars, london, F C, the head office of Lever Brothers and Unilever Ltd
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A typical London tramp at home on Embankment. 7 November 1945
A typical London tramp at home on Embankment. 7 November 1945
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The South Africa House, in Trafalgar Square. 7 November 1945
The South Africa House, in Trafalgar Square. 7 November 1945
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St Pauls Cathedral, Westminster viewed from Ludgate Hill. 7 November 1945
St Pauls Cathedral, Westminster viewed from Ludgate Hill. 7 November 1945
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A church in Londons famous Strand. A few of the church of St Mary le Strand one
A church in Londons famous Strand. A few of the church of St Mary le Strand one
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Model of the cathedral organ at the Chislehurst Industrial Exhibition, Kent
Model of the cathedral organ at the Chislehurst Industrial Exhibition, Kent
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The famous London church. The Doric pillars and gracefully tapering spires of St Featured Image

The famous London church. The Doric pillars and gracefully tapering spires of St

The famous London church.
The Doric pillars and gracefully tapering spires of St Martin in the Fields, are a familiar sight to every Londoner, and one of our more cherished ecclesiastical germs. It was built between 1721 and 1726 on the site of an earlier church, and became the focal point of nationwide interest between the two wars as the pulpit of one of Britain's best loved preachers, the Rev H R L (Dick) Shepperd, whose sermons were regularly broadcast. Standing as it does in a dominant position in Trafalgar Square, the church attracts many visitors-not least among them the unfortunate downs, and outs who lodge overnight in bunks provided in the church crypt, where in wartime years a canteen provided rest and refreshment to countless British and allied Warriors passing through the capital.
9 December 1948

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