Fair Street

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fosney
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Fair Street

Postby fosney » Fri Mar 10, 2017 3:15 pm

Fair Street

Opposite the Library in Tooley Street stood another iconic building which is now long gone. The Public Institute in Fair Street it stood with the junction of Tooley Street and Artillery Lane the Institutes facilities included a gymnasium Library and large hall.
The drawing of the building is from the Southwark Annual of 1899
The architects being Stock,Page and Stock who had offices in Tooley Street.
To the rear of the Institute in Parish Street stood St Olaves workhouse
FairStreetInstitute.jpg
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Re: Fair Street

Postby kiwi » Fri Apr 12, 2019 2:57 am

FAIR STREET, Formerly Listed as No.10 St John's Vicarage.jpg
Fair Street, formerly Listed as No.10 St John's Vicarage.

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Re: Fair Street

Postby kiwi » Sun May 26, 2019 2:20 am

Fair Street, St John’s Horsleydown, after bomb damage, 1940.  X.png
St John’s Horsleydown, after bomb damage, 1940
Fair Street,London City Mission, behind the St John's Vicarage building above. Built on the footings of the old church. X.png
London City Mission, behind the St John's Vicarage building above. Built on the footings of the old church.


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