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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON
22nd October 1960 Charlton Athletic Football Club draw 6-6 against Middlesborough.
22nd October 1941 Born today: Charles Keating, London England, actor (Carl Hutchins-Another World)
22nd October 1938 Actor Derek Jacobi, was born in Leytonstone, London.
22nd October 1910 Millwall open their new ground The Den after 4 previous grounds on Isle of Dogs.
22nd October 1904 QPR Football Club play their first game at their new ground Loftus Road.
22nd October 1897 World's 1st car dealer opens in London.
Moz and the Suedehead House
Mozzer seen here sometime in 1987/88 recording a superb video
Location: 32 Chester Square, SW1W 9HT
Description: And so to 'Suedehead', the first single release from Morrissey after the ridiculous breakup of The Smiths, the 80's defining pop band.
And so to this very house, this house was used at the beginning of the 'Suedehead' video where Morrissey's nephew hands him a parcel.
You will pass the church before reaching the house, the steeple is featured in the background of the video.
So how to find...
If you were exiting the station at Sloane Square, turn left out of the station onto Holbein Place and turning first left onto Whittaker Street. Continue up Whittaker Street which then becomes Chester Row and then Chester Square. No 32 is on the left hand side.
Tagged in this Tour: Moz & The Smiths