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COADE STONE FACTORY CUTTINGS, BELVEDERE ROAD, WATERLOO

A cutting noting the Coade Stone factory at Narrow Wall, off Belvedere Road, was established by Mrs Eleanor Coade in 1769, and after the closure of her Lambeth manufactory it was moved to the New Road 'now Austin & Seeley's'. From 'Curiosities of London' 1855.Beneath is a Coade Stone plaque 'Coade's Row' dated 1798 and formerly on the site of No.44 Westminster Bridge Road.Ref: Cuttings c/64

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Collection:Cuttings Files
Image type:Print
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Ref:12047
Original ref:Cuttings C/64
Date:1855

1850 - 1875ARTS/ CRAFTSCOADE- EleanorCOMMERCE AND INDUSTRYCuttings FilesPrintTRADEWATERLOO

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