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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON

28th January 1990 Independent on Sunday begins publishing in London

28th January 1983 Singer Billy Fury died in hospital in Paddington after collapsing at home in Wales.

28th January 1951 La Vie Commence Demain, which depicted artificial insemination and is the 1st X-rated movie, opened in London

28th January 1833 Born today: Charles George Gordon, London, general (China, Khartoum)

28th January 1807 German inventor Frederick Winsor lit the first gas lights.go to related location

Top Disaster-related places to visit in London.



Events that caused great destruction or great loss of life don't come around very often. Every now and again someone or something wages a war on the city and it's inhabitants.

TOP 10 DISASTER RELATED SIGHTS IN LONDON:

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11. The Camden Markets @ Camden Lock Place
12. Exchange Alley @ Bank, London
13. St Magnus the Martyr @ Lower Thames Street, London
14. 1867 Ice Skating Disaster @ Regent's Park Boating Lake, London
15. The Piccadilly Tornado @ 12 Sherwood Street, Piccadilly, London
16. Bomb Plotters Flat @ 386A Forest Road, Walthamstow
17. 21/7 Bomb Factory @ 58 Curtis House, Ladderswood Way, New Southgate,
18. Earls Court Big Wheel @ Earl's Court, London
19. London's 9/11 Memorial @ Grosvenor Square, London
20. Houses Collapsed into Hole @ Ridley Road, Bromley
21. Green Jackets Bandstand bomb @ Bandstand, Regents Park
22. The Chinese Bridge and Pagoda @ St James Park
23. Edgware Gas Explosion @ Highview Gardens, Edgware, London
24. The Great Fire of London @ Pudding Lane
25. Site of huge gunpowder explosion @ 43 Great Tower Street, London
26. Lepers, Beer, and Thespians @ 268-269 Tottenham Court Road
27. Blow Up Bridge @ Macclesfield Bridge, Regents Park, London
28. Thai Chilli Sauce Terror Cloud @ Thai Cottage, 34 D'arblay Street, Soho, London
29. The SS Montgomery Wreck @ Thames off Sheerness
30. The Gherkin @ 30 St Mary Axe
31. WT Stead lived here @ 5 Smith Square, Westminster, London
32. Sandhurst School @ Minard Road, Catford, London
33. Turner and Rushgrove House @ Rushgrove Street, Woolwich
34. Thames Flood Barrier @ Unity Way, Woolwich
35. The atom bomb was born here @ Southampton Row, London
36. Dr Johnson's Dictionary House @ 17 Gough Square, London
37. The Piccadilly Hotel's Tornado @ 12 Sherwood Street, Piccadilly, London
38. Grenfell Tower @ Station Walk, North Kensington
39. House of Reeves @ 120 Church Street, Croydon
40. The Princess Alice Disaster @ Galleon's Reach, Plumstead
41. Home of Titanic's Duff-Gordons @ 22 Lennox Gardens, Knighsbridge, London
42. Scene of Great Tooley St Fire @ Cottons Wharf, Southwark, London
43. Spanish Rooms Fire @ 18 Denmark Place, Tottenham Court Road
44. The Cutty Sark @ 2 Greenwich Church Street, Greenwich, London
45. Vincent C. Richmond lived here @ 24 Silverdale Road, Highams Park
46. The Apollo Theatre @ Shaftesbury Avenue
47. Holland House @ Holland Park, Holland Walk, Kensington