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Sign: London - Commemorative plaque where Findlater’s liquor store used to be

Borough High St, London SE1 9SU, UK
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On the sign:
Wine merchant Findlater, Mackie Todd & Co occupied this arch from 1863-1967. Around 1897 a glazed terracotta faience was added over the earlier Victorian frontage still extant behind.

The Arch Company, supported by The Railway Heritage Trust, restored four arches and the faience frontage to their former glory in 2022. The Findlater’s name was also reinstated in homage to this heritage.


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The sign is near London Bridge, where the well-known Findlater Mackie Todd wine merchants shop used to be. The store operated between 1865 and 1967, and then the place was neglected.
The place was renovated in 2021-2022.

The renovated store was photographed on the same day Click for a larger image

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