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STOCKWELL GRAMMAR SCHOOL, STOCKWELL PARK ROAD, STOCKWELL

Stockwell Grammar School was built in the 1830s to the designs of John Davies and accommodated 100 pupils. 50 years later the school had closed and the building was in use as a club. However, it was demolished and replaced with housing - now numbers 15b-19c Stockwell Park Road. Lithograph by G. Barnard after drawing by David Cox.Ref: LP15/71/STO.G.1

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Ref:10176
Original ref:LP15/71/STO.G.1
Date:1830s

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