London in 1900 - Places beginning with G

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  • Gadshill

    Gadshill Near Rochester, is where Charles Dickens resided and died in 1870.... more »

  • Gaiety Theatre

    Gaiety Theatre . Strand. a handsomely decorated, good. sized house. Nearest Rail. way Station, Temple.... more »

  • Gardens

    Gardens See Botanic Gardens, Chelsea Botanic Gardens, Kew. Gardens, North Woolwich Gardens, Rosherville Gardens, Royal... more »

  • Garrick Club

    Garrick Club 13 & 15, Garrick Street, Covent Garden. dates from 1831. A Literary and... more »

  • Garrick Theatre

    Garrick Theatre Charing Cross Road, near National Gallery. was opened April 24th, 1889.... more »

  • General Post Office

    General Post Office St. Martin's. le. grand. the imposing buildings at the end of Aldersgate... more »

  • General Steam Navigation Co

    General Steam Navigation Co , 55, Great Tower Street, E. c. , And 14, Waterloo... more »

  • Geological Museum

    Geological Museum Jermyn Street, Piccadilly. contains a superb collection of minerals, metals, etc. Open free,... more »

  • George and Blue Boar

    George and Blue Boar was an Inn situated at 285, High Holborn and used to... more »

  • Gog and Magog

    Gog and Magog Traditional City giants. Two large figures in the Guildhall establish their identity.... more »

  • Goldsmiths Hall

    Goldsmiths Hall Foster Lane, Cheapside, in rear of General Post Office. was opened in 1835.... more »

  • Goring

    Goring Oxfordshire. on the left bank of the Thames. It is 45 miles from Paddington,... more »

  • Government Offices

    Government Offices Whitehall. the extensive buildings erected in 1876, containing the Home, Colonial, India, and... more »

  • Grays Inn

    Grays Inn In Holborn . An Inn of Court, named after Lord Gray de Wilton,... more »

  • Grays Thurock

    Grays Thurock A small town on the left (essex) bank of the Thames, about 23... more »

  • Great Central Railway

    Great Central Railway Marylebone, W. this new terminus in London is fronted by a huge... more »

  • Great Eastern Railway

    Great Eastern Railway Liverpool Street, E. c. connects Cambridge, Colchester, Harwich, Ipswich, Norwich, Yarmouth, etc.... more »

  • Great Marlow Buckinghamshire

    Great Marlow Buckinghamshire On left bank of River Thames, by rail 35 miles from Paddington.... more »

  • Greenhithe

    Greenhithe A village on the Thames, about 20 miles from Charing Cross Station. some training... more »

  • Green Park

    Green Park Contains about 60 acres. It contains the carriage track near Buckingham Palace, called... more »

  • Greenwich Hospital

    Greenwich Hospital And Royal Naval College. Greenwich, Se. well worth a visit. The Painted Hall... more »

  • Greenwich Park

    Greenwich Park Immediately adjoins Greenwich Hospital, and is a beautiful spot, and well worth a... more »

  • Grocers Hall

    Grocers Hall is situated in the Poultry. the Grocers' Company was incorporated in 1345.... more »

  • Grosvenor Bridge

    Grosvenor Bridge A handsome railway bridge over the Thames at Victoria Station.... more »

  • Grosvenor House

    Grosvenor House Upper Grosvenor Street, is the Town residence of the Duke of Westminster. Contains... more »

  • Grosvenor Square

    Grosvenor Square is a Very fashionable place of residence for many prominent members of the... more »

  • Guildhall

    Guildhall The King Street, Cheapside. The Hall of the City Corporation was originally built in... more »

  • Gwynne

    Gwynne (nell) was buried in the Crypt of St. Martin's Church, Trafalgar Square. She was... more »