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The Rolling Stones London Tour
The Rolling Stones London Tour

ON THIS DAY IN LONDON

28th March 1945 Last German V-2 (buzz bomb) attack on London

28th March 1921 Actor Dirk Bogarde is born in Hampstead, London.

28th March 1858 The original Chelsea toll & suspension bridge designed by Thomas Page was opened.

The Rolling Stones London Tour


The infamous locations in London from the history of the Rolling Stones.

NOTE: Please note this is a virtual tour, a Do-It-Yourself tour you can print off and take with you when you visit London.


Submitted by ShadyOldLady





 
# Image Location Address Notes
1Bill Wyman's Sticky FingersBill Wyman's Sticky Fingers1a Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, London
2Rolling Stones discovered HereRolling Stones discovered HereDe Hems, Soho, 11 Macclesfield Street
3The Crawdaddy ClubThe Crawdaddy ClubStation Hotel, Richmond (opposite the railway st
4The Rolling Stones lived hereThe Rolling Stones lived here102 Edith Grove, Chelsea, London
5The Stone's Chelsea DrugstoreThe Stone's Chelsea Drugstore49 Kings Rd, London
6Keith Richards lived hereKeith Richards lived here3 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea
7Mick Jagger lived hereMick Jagger lived here48 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, London
7 locations, 17646 hits


download The Rolling Stones London Tour as a PDF documentDownload a PDF version of this tour here. This can then be emailed or printed and allows for your personal notes to be added prior or while on tour.