Alfred Head Public House
Alfred Head Public House
Alfred Head Public House
On the corner of Harry Street and Gold Street, which were demolished for the area's redevelopment and building of the Stifford Estate in 1960. The estate was home to Henry Moore's statue Seated Draped Woman, known as 'Old Flo', which was moved to Cabot Square in Canary Wharf following the estate's demolition in 2000. The site is now named Wickham Close.
London Metropolitan Archives
LCC Photograph Library
42.1 ALF
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