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After nine years, Trover will be closing down on August 1, 2020.

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"I wander thro' each charter'd street, Near where the charter'd Thames does flow. And mark in every face I meet marks of weakness, marks of woe." (Blake.)
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Three Mills Green & Three Mills Island, London, EnglandThree Mills Green & Three Mills IslandLondon, EnglandCustom House Nearest station: Bromley by Bow.Three Mills Green & Three Mills Island, London, EnglandThree Mills Green & Three Mills IslandLondon, EnglandThree Mills Tidal mills on the Lea once used for grinding flour, gunpowder and grain for gin. Nearest station: Bromley by Bow.Bromley By Bow, London, EnglandBromley By BowLondon, EnglandThe Limehouse Cut passes beneath the A12. Nearest station: Bromley by Bow.Concrete Barges, Rainham, EnglandConcrete BargesRainham, EnglandAbandoned Concrete Barges Barges constructed during the second world war from concrete, due to the shortage of more conventional materials, their...Concrete Barges, Rainham, EnglandConcrete BargesRainham, England'The Diver: Regeneration' Artist:John Kaufman. Date: 2000. Nearest station: Rainham.Rainham Marshes Nature Reserve, Rainham, EnglandRainham Marshes Nature ReserveRainham, EnglandRainham Marshes Nature Reserve Nearest station: Rainham.National Trust - Rainham Hall, Rainham, EnglandNational Trust - Rainham HallRainham, EnglandRainham Hall Dutch domestic Queen Anne style. Date: 1729. Grade II* listed. Nearest station: Rainham.Brockwell Park, London, EnglandBrockwell ParkLondon, EnglandThe Brockwell Oak Age: 500 - 700 years old. Nearest station: Herne Hill.University of London Observatory, Edgware, EnglandUniversity of London ObservatoryEdgware, EnglandMill Hill Observatory Date: 1929. Nearest station: Mill Hill Broadway.The Boleyn Tavern, London, EnglandThe Boleyn TavernLondon, EnglandBoleyn Skylight Strong association with West Ham F.C. Grade II listed. CAMRA 'Heritage' pub. Nearest station: Upton Park.London Sri Murugan Temple, London, EnglandLondon Sri Murugan TempleLondon, EnglandSri Murugan Temple Nearest station: Woodgrange Park or East Ham.Horniman Museum and Gardens, London, EnglandHorniman Museum and GardensLondon, EnglandOne of the best views in London. Nearest station: Forest Hill.Best Western London Peckham Hotel, London, EnglandBest Western London Peckham HotelLondon, England'Only Fools and Horses' themed hotel. Nearest station: Peckham Rye.South London Gallery, London, EnglandSouth London GalleryLondon, England‘This Drove My Mother Up The Wall’ Artist: Katharina Grosse. Date: 2017. Nearest station: Peckham Rye.The Parish of Saint John the Baptist Pinner, Pinner, EnglandThe Parish of Saint John the Baptist PinnerPinner, EnglandPinner Parish Church Date: 14th century with multiple additions. Grade II* listed. Nearest station: Pinner.Headstone Manor and Museum, Harrow, EnglandHeadstone Manor and MuseumHarrow, EnglandHeadstone Manor Moat Source of the river Yeading. Nearest station: Headstone Lane.Headstone Manor and Museum, Harrow, EnglandHeadstone Manor and MuseumHarrow, EnglandHeadstone Manor Date: circa 1310. Grade I listed. Nearest station: Headstone Lane.The King's Wardrobe by BridgeStreet, City of London, EnglandThe King's Wardrobe by BridgeStreetCity of London, EnglandWardrobe Place. Site of the Royal Wardrobe moved here by Edward III. The original structure was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666. The current...St Stephen Walbrook, London, EnglandSt Stephen WalbrookLondon, EnglandAltar Artist: Henry Moore. Date: 1972. Material: Travertine marble. Nearest station: Bank.Tate Modern, London, EnglandTate ModernLondon, England'One Two Three Swing!' Artist: Superflex. Date: 2017. Nearest station: Blackfriars.
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