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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON
16th January 1906 Born today: Diana Winyard, London, actress (Cavalcade)
16th January 1794 Edward Gibbon, historian (Decline and Fall), dies in London at 56
16th January 1759 British Museum opens in London
This is where a terrible fire killed dozens of residents.
Location: Station Walk, North Kensington
Description: This is where the terrible fire in the early hours of 14th June 2017 caused at least 80 deaths and over 70 injuries, with a definitive figure not expected until 2018.
The 1967 24-storey, 220-foot (67m) high tower block of 129 public housing flats in North Kensington, West London.
It was named after Grenfell Road which ran to the south of the structure prior to construction. The road was originally named after Field Marshal Lord Grenfell (18411925), a senior British Army officer.