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I was born here. Memorial Hospital Shooters Hill by John A King, via Flickr

Woolwich & District War Memorial Hospital, now Greenwich Memorial Hospital in Shooters Hill. Paid for by public subscription as a memorial for the local war dead. The hospital was opened on 2 November

War Memorial Hospital Shooters Hill (Anthony Sargeant, Tony, was taken there after colliding with a scrum-half in a rugby match between Old Askeans and Middlesex Hospital losing front teeth in the process.

War Memorial Hospital Shooters Hill (Anthony Sargeant, Tony, was taken there after colliding with a scrum-half in a rugby match between Old Askeans and Middlesex Hospital losing front teeth in the process.

The birthplace of Bob Hope, 44 Craigton Road, Eltham ,London.  SE9

The birthplace of Bob Hope, 44 Craigton Road, Eltham ,London.

Shooters Hill is the highest point in South London (432ft). In The Upsilon Knot, it's where you'd find the London aerodrome. The tower to which the aerships tether might reasonably resemble the famous water tower.

Shooters Hill is the highest point in South London In The Upsilon Knot, it's where you'd find the London aerodrome. The tower to which the aerships tether might reasonably resemble the famous water tower.

The Greyhound Public House, Eltham High Street

The Greyhound Public House, Eltham High Street

Woolwich and District Memorial Hospital

Memorial Hospital, East London, Hospitals

Eltham Park Chapel, Elibank Road. I made the letters in 1966 to promote the Billy Graham Crusade, but I don't think I fixed them. Never did have a head for heights!

I made the letters in 1966 to promote the Billy Graham Crusade, but I don't think I fixed them. Never did have a head for heights!

"Munitions workers who had flocked to Woolwich to take up work in the Royal Arsenal soon had experience of the Zeppelin raids. There was an air attack on 25th August 1916 which damaged property in Dickson Road, Sandby Green and completely demolished a house in Well Hall Road all on the new Garden City Estate that had been built to house workers. Three members of the same family were killed."

"Munitions workers who had flocked to Woolwich to take up work in the Royal Arsenal soon had experience of the Zeppelin raids. There was an air attack on 25th August 1916 which damaged property in Dickson Road, Sandby Green and completely demolished a house in Well Hall Road all on the new Garden City Estate that had been built to house workers. Three members of the same family were killed."

The Welcome Inn on fire

The Welcome Inn on fire

Well Hall Pleasaunce. Eltham SE9 (C) David Hallam-Jones :: Geograph Britain and Ireland

Eltham (C) David Hallam-Jones :: Geograph Britain and Ireland

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