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The Great London Ghost Tour
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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON

18th October 1979 Beatlemania opens in London

18th October 1960 In Britain, News Chronicle and Daily Mail merge, and London Evening Star merges with Evening News

18th October 1950 Born today: Sheila White, London England, actress (I Claudius)

Tulse Hill School to the stars



Tulse Hill School to the stars

Former school Tulse Hill was home to many famous faces.

Location: Tulse Hill School, Lambeth

Description: This school opened on 11 September 1956 with Mr. Clifford Thomas as Headmaster and survived until closure in 1990 and demolition shortly after.

It featured some illustrious alumni including Reservoir Dogs actor Tim Roth, Coronation Street actor Ken Morley, actor Kenneth Cranham, Labour and former London Mayor Ken Livingstone.


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Tulse Hill School to the stars

Former school Tulse Hill was home to many famous faces.


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Not to mention the tragic Smiley Culture. After the building was demolished in the early 90s, a housing estate was built on the site. Tragically, this is where Jean Charles lived. (jeda71)
Posted by jeda71 on 2013-03-13
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