Described in 1897 as "what remains of the Tothill Fields pest-field". The 17th century plague pits are thought to be underneath nearby government buildings.
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Victoria St. (Westminster Brg.)
"The peace campaigners are peaceful, but the tourists can be difficult to navigate!"
"It's a small and beautiful park, an oasis in a desert of consumerist tat. Bring your overpriced coffee and relax."
Barn Elms Playing Field
Queen Elizabeth Walk
"Fulham Football Club used the pitches in Barn Elms as their 'home' ground back in 1888 before moving to Fulham and Roskell's Fields which were located next to Parsons Green tube station in 1889."
Plague pit sites of London
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