View of Christ Church Watchhouse
View of Christ Church Watchhouse
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View of Christ Church Watchhouse
View of Christ Church Watchhouse, Columbo Street, Southwark. A two-storey detached building with two entrance doors, one in the centre and one to the right. Between the two sash windows on the upper floor is a plaque 'Christ-Church Watch-House MDCCCXIX'. The Parish Watchhouse was built in 1809 and stood in the Church Yard until demolished in 1932. The Watchhouse was used to guard new burials against body snatchers. The Rectory, a new building similar in style, stands on the same site. Colombo Street was previously known as Collingwood Street.
1932
London Metropolitan Archives
LCC Photograph Library
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