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  • Saddlers Hall

    Saddlers Hall 141, Cheapside. belongs to the Saddlers' Company, one of the oldest, if not... more »

  • Sadlers Wells Theatre

    Sadlers Wells Theatre Islington. notable to old playgoers as being the house where Phelps acted... more »

  • Saffron Hill

    Saffron Hill between Holborn and Clerkenwell, was formerly part of Ely Gardens, and is named... more »

  • Sailors Home

    Sailors Home is situated at 4, Wells Street East. it was founded by Captain R.... more »

  • Salisbury Square

    Salisbury Square Fleet Street, is close to St. Bride's Church. the Salisbury Hotel is situated... more »

  • Salters Hall

    Salters Hall St. Swithin's Lane, belongs to the Salters' Company, which dates from 1394. the... more »

  • Salvation Army

    Salvation Army Headquarters are at 101, Queen Victoria Street, E. c.... more »

  • Sandown Park

    Sandown Park Celebrated for its races. Near Esher, 14 miles from Waterloo Station.... more »

  • Savoy (the)

    Savoy (the) in the Strand, was a palace on the side of the Thames, built... more »

  • Savoy Theatre

    Savoy Theatre is entered from the Strand, being adjacent to the Savoy Hotel. It is... more »

  • School Board For London

    School Board For London is on the Victoria Embankment, and was created by the Education... more »

  • Science Schools

    Science Schools Adjoin the South Kensington Museum; the entrance is in Exhibition Road.... more »

  • Scotland Yard

    Scotland Yard Whitehall. is the headquarters of the Metropolitan Police Force. A new building, which... more »

  • Serpentine

    Serpentine (the). An artificial piece of water in Hyde Park, formed in 1733.... more »

  • Seven Dials

    Seven Dials St. Giles's. this locality is celebrated as being the heart of one of... more »

  • Shaftesbury Avenue

    Shaftesbury Avenue A new thoroughfare, leading from Piccadilly Circus to Oxford Street.... more »

  • Shaftesbury Theatre

    Shaftesbury Theatre Shaftesbury Avenue. a fine new theatre, opened in 1888. Shaftesbury Training Ship is... more »

  • St Pauls Cathedral

    St Pauls Cathedral is one of the great centres of London to which every visitor... more »

  • Sheerness

    Sheerness Kent. on the right bank at the mouth of the river Thames, about 42... more »

  • Shoe Lane

    Shoe Lane leads out of Fleet Street to Holborn. Near here is St. Andrew's Workhouse,... more »

  • Shooters Hill

    Shooters Hill is situated about 2 miles from Woolwich Common; it commands an extensive view... more »

  • Shoreditch

    Shoreditch In the East End of London. is a busy place for manufacturing, etc.... more »

  • Skinners Hall

    Skinners Hall Dowgate, belongs to the Skinners' Company, who were incorporated in 1327. The Company... more »

  • Smithfield

    Smithfield lies to the back of Christ's Hospital. In ancient times, being a large open... more »

  • Soane Museum

    Soane Museum 13, Lincoln's Inn Fields. containing Antique Sculptures, Models of Temples, valuable Architectural Library,... more »

  • Society of Arts

    Society of Arts John Street, Adelphi. founded in 1754 for the encouragement of Arts, &c.... more »

  • Society of British Artists

    Society of British Artists Suffolk Street, Pall Mall East. Founded in 2822. Nearest Railway Station,... more »

  • Soho Bazaar

    Soho Bazaar 77, Oxford Street. the best and oldest Bazaar in London. Open from so... more »

  • Soho Square

    Soho Square is situated on the south side of Oxford Street; it was a fashionable... more »

  • Somerset House

    Somerset House Strand. this fine building, with a frontage to the Embankment of 780 feet... more »

  • South Eastern Railway

    South Eastern Railway (the) has a terminus at London Bridge, Cannon Street, and Charing Cross.... more »

  • Southend

    Southend A lively watering. place on the Essex Coast, 36 miles from Fenchurch St. ,... more »

  • Spaniards

    Spaniards A well. known inn just across Hampstead Heath, on the road to Highgate. has... more »

  • Spitalfields

    Spitalfields Near Bishopsgate Without. is a district noted for silk. weavers. Many French Huguenots, driven... more »

  • Spring Gardens

    Spring Gardens is situated between St. James's Park and Charing Cross, and was in old... more »

  • Southgate

    Southgate (old). A village about 8 miles from London. The neighbourhood of Colney Hatch Asylum,... more »

  • South Kensington

    South Kensington A fashionable neighbourhood extending from Brompton Road to Kensington Gore. The South Kensington... more »

  • South Kensington Museum

    South Kensington Museum now called the Victoria and Albert. stands on 12 acres of ground... more »

  • Southwark

    Southwark better known as "the Borough," is on the Surrey side of the Thames, especially... more »

  • Southwark Bridge

    Southwark Bridge . a handsome bridge crossing the Thames between London and Blackfriars Bridges, nosy... more »

  • Spurgeons Tabernacle

    Spurgeons Tabernacle Situated near the Elephant and Castle; was burnt down in 1898, and is... more »

  • Staines

    Staines A town 19 miles from Waterloo Station, on the Thames; in connection with Egham... more »

  • St Swithins Lane

    St Swithins Lane Near Cannon Street Station. st. Swithin's Church, near, contains the celebrated London... more »

  • Stock Exchange

    Stock Exchange (the). Capel Court, City, is a place more heard of than seen by... more »

  • Stoke Newington

    Stoke Newington A suburb of London. It has a common of about acres in extent.... more »

  • Stoke Pogis

    Stoke Pogis A village 2 miles from Slough, near Windsor. The old churchyard there was... more »

  • Stone of Scone

    Stone of Scone is a celebrated piece of stone on which the Scottish Kings used... more »

  • Strand

    Strand (the). the thoroughfare leading from Charing Cross to Temple Bar is well known to... more »

  • Strand Theatre

    Strand Theatre is situated on the south side of the Strand, near Surrey Street. Usually... more »

  • Stratford Le Bow

    Stratford Le Bow Or Bow. a suburb of London, on the great Essex Road. Bow... more »

  • Strawberry Hill

    Strawberry Hill Is situated between Teddington and Twickenham; is celebrated as containing Horace Walpole's villa.... more »

  • Streatham

    Streatham A pleasant and genteel suburb of London. Streatham Common is near it. Can be... more »

  • Sunbury

    Sunbury A village about 2 miles above Hampton Court; a resort for anglers.... more »

  • Sunday In London

    Sunday In London is not a pleasant day for strangers; the small traffic and the... more »

  • Surbiton

    Surbiton . a suburb of Kingston; has grown immensely of late years. Some of the... more »

  • Surgeons

    Surgeons (royal College Of) is situated on the south side of Lincoln's Inn Fields. The... more »

  • Surrey and Commercial Docks

    Surrey and Commercial Docks are situated at Rotherhithe; are largely used by timber. ships. On... more »

  • Surrey Theatre

    Surrey Theatre A large building at the south end of Blackfriars Road. the present building... more »

  • Sutton

    Sutton In Surrey is about 12 miles from London, on the road to Epsom,. .... more »

  • Sydenham

    Sydenham Where the Crystal Palace is situated; is about 9 miles from London.... more »

  • Synagogues

    Synagogues The Central one is at 129, Great Portland Street; there are more than sixty... more »