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ON THIS DAY IN LONDON
27th July 1957 St James' Theater in London closes
27th July 1942 Born today: Barbara Ferris, London England, actress (Nice Girl Like Me)
27th July 1694 The Bank of England was established to act as the English Government's banker.
The Rolling Stones London Tour
The infamous locations in London from the history of the Rolling Stones.
NOTE: Please note this is a virtual tour, a Do-It-Yourself tour you can print off and take with you when you visit London.
Submitted by ShadyOldLady
|1||Bill Wyman's Sticky Fingers||1a Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, London|
|2||Rolling Stones discovered Here||De Hems, Soho, 11 Macclesfield Street|
|3||The Crawdaddy Club||Station Hotel, Richmond (opposite the railway st|
|4||The Rolling Stones lived here||102 Edith Grove, Chelsea, London|
|5||The Stone's Chelsea Drugstore||49 Kings Rd, London|
|6||Keith Richards lived here||3 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea|
|7||Mick Jagger lived here||48 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, London|
|7 locations, 18745 hits|
Download a PDF version of this tour here. This can then be emailed or printed and allows for your personal notes to be added prior or while on tour.