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ROYAL WESTMINSTER An Interactive iPointr Guide with map, photo ideas, I-spy and quiz elements  Page 1  Interactive Guide  ...
     A Royal Westminster Walk A self-guided history walk with map, QR links to sound video, quiz questions and much more. ...
Interactive ipointr Guides This new interactive, printable walk from comes with a QR code link to a smartphone version. On...
The monarchy, or Royal Family, has always played an important part in London  s rich history and it comes to life in this ...
Your Royal Westminster Route  English Heritage blue plaque or cluster  Westminster green plaque or other  Map 1  All plaqu...
From Trafalgar Square to Westminster Whichever entrance you leave Charing Cross Station, head for Trafalgar Square and the...
Cross the road and turn into Whitehall Place... This was the original location for Scotland Yard - the headquarters of the...
To continue the plaque walk cross back over Whitehall to the entrance to Banqueting House    Here you will see a bust of t...
had gone missing for several years in Africa. Stanley was immensely famous in his day but his reputation has more recently...
Continue across Parliament Square with the Houses of Parliament,  the Palace of Westminster  on your left    Map 3  The pr...
It was placed here to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II in 2002. Cross over Great College Street and tu...
patriotic pretensions of those who, in his view, were responsible for a   jingoistic war. Sir Michael Balcon lived at numb...
You   re now in Deans Yard and its worth walking around to view the eclectic mix of buildings, including some parts of Wes...
Most of the fine buildings along this street date from the 1770   s, including number 11  Grade II listed . On your right ...
for women, the right to divorce, and the decriminalising of homosexual acts. He called for the   abolition of slavery and ...
Turn right into Palace Street until you reach Stafford Place    As you walk down past the pleasant red-brick and stone Vic...
monarch to take up residence at the now renamed Buckingham Palace. She initiated modifications that involved moving Marble...
Royal Score Become a PastWalker by    bagging    these plaques Bagging is an old sporting term given new life by walkers a...
PLAQUE  LOCATION   DESCRIPTION SCORE King Charles I Centre of  London This spot is recognised as the centre of London to i...
John Peake Knight  1828     1886  Westminster Council plaque celebrating an unsung hero who invented the first form of tra...
Charles Townley  1737     1805  Antiquary and Collector lived here 14 Queen Anne s Gate, SW1H 9AA  Sir Edward Grey  1862  ...
                                                    Lord Hore-Belisha  1893   1957      statesman      16 Sta   ord Place,...