[Bell Historians] Re: New 10s in 'virgin' towers

LOVE, Dickon dickon.love at DAk93Bib8AN4Rj0PGIg0z4I-QffinTa2BrhpXjE73oEaRN_L1Jb71acj2rRz75viwDcYGVjuQATKTZJyxXhq4Q.yahoo.invalid
Mon Feb 27 17:24:05 GMT 2006

The only ones I can think of in the London area off the top of my head are:

Poplar (All Saints) 1822
Pimlico (St Barnabas) 1849
Chelsea (St Luke) 1823
Imperial College (Imperial Institute as it was known then) 1893

OK, not new 10s, but in an area the size of London, it shows that they are
not that common.



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