Building in Laurence Pountney Hill
Building in Laurence Pountney Hill
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Building in Laurence Pountney Hill
A view of 7a Laurence Pountney Hill, City of London, once the site of a seventeenth-century merchant's house. This small street is named after the church of St Laurence Pountney, which was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666. The building has sash windows and a board is propped up against a door and railings to the left. A wall and rubble are in the foreground, presumbaly damage from the Second World War. As the street inclines a tree peeps out over the wall and railings.
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London Metropolitan Archives
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