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Zeppelin Remembered

Posted in Uncategorized by Simon Bisson on August 21, 2007

Zeppelin Remembered

Almost hidden, down at pavement level, a plaque commemorates a zeppelin raid on London. On a typical day, as the crowds bustle up and down the Farringdon Road it’ll be lost. On a wet August Sunday night, the white plaque stands out and draws the eye in…

Farringdon, London
August 2007

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5 Responses to 'Zeppelin Remembered'

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  1. razorsmile said,

    What, seriously?

  2. davesslave said,

    That is a wonderful plaque, even though it commemorates something awful.

  3. marypcb said,

    it’s the Zeppelin Building… I went coo, zeppelin raids? when I spotted it

  4. alexmc said,

    I have a mental picture of these Zepplins dashing left and right across the sky of London. Gosh they are fast!

  5. twicezero said,

    i walk past it each day to work and think its pretty cool, though there is another date on a building nearby that confuses me, i’ll look over the next few days…


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