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maximus otter

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While on a trip into the Big City to visit the National Army Museum yesterday, my eagle eye fell upon a blue plaque en route to the attraction. Closer inspection revealed something that might be of interest to peripatetic Forteans:

stoker-plaque-1000.jpg


Image courtesy of National Heritage (as my iPhone shot was pants)

Here's the building, with my ancient iPhone playing the game this time:

Stoker-London.png


18 St Leonard's Terrace, Chelsea, London, SW3 4QG, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/blue-plaques/bram-stoker/

You'll miss this attraction, however:

Army-Museum-Challenger.png


- you unlucky people!

maximus otter
 
While on a trip into the Big City to visit the National Army Museum yesterday, my eagle eye fell upon a blue plaque en route to the attraction. Closer inspection revealed something that might be of interest to peripatetic Forteans:

stoker-plaque-1000.jpg


Image courtesy of National Heritage (as my iPhone shot was pants)

Here's the building, with my ancient iPhone playing the game this time:

Stoker-London.png


18 St Leonard's Terrace, Chelsea, London, SW3 4QG, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/blue-plaques/bram-stoker/

You'll miss this attraction, however:

Army-Museum-Challenger.png


- you unlucky people!

maximus otter
Do you have one without the local tramp in view?
 
While on a trip into the Big City to visit the National Army Museum yesterday, my eagle eye fell upon a blue plaque en route to the attraction. Closer inspection revealed something that might be of interest to peripatetic Forteans:

stoker-plaque-1000.jpg


Image courtesy of National Heritage (as my iPhone shot was pants)

Here's the building, with my ancient iPhone playing the game this time:

Stoker-London.png


18 St Leonard's Terrace, Chelsea, London, SW3 4QG, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/blue-plaques/bram-stoker/

You'll miss this attraction, however:

Army-Museum-Challenger.png


- you unlucky people!

maximus otter


It's Renfield!
 
What's the story of the tank?
It's a big metal thing that trundles around on caterpillar tracks following other tanks. It's a creature that likes to be in a heard. That particular tank got lost trying to find it's friends and died of loneliness in that very spot. No one can move it or give it a decent burial as it's too big and heavy.
 
While on a trip into the Big City to visit the National Army Museum yesterday, my eagle eye fell upon a blue plaque en route to the attraction. Closer inspection revealed something that might be of interest to peripatetic Forteans:

stoker-plaque-1000.jpg


Image courtesy of National Heritage (as my iPhone shot was pants)

Here's the building, with my ancient iPhone playing the game this time:

Stoker-London.png


18 St Leonard's Terrace, Chelsea, London, SW3 4QG, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/blue-plaques/bram-stoker/

You'll miss this attraction, however:

Army-Museum-Challenger.png


- you unlucky people!

maximus otter
My eyes, my EYES!
 
While on a trip into the Big City to visit the National Army Museum yesterday, my eagle eye fell upon a blue plaque en route to the attraction. Closer inspection revealed something that might be of interest to peripatetic Forteans:

stoker-plaque-1000.jpg


Image courtesy of National Heritage (as my iPhone shot was pants)

Here's the building, with my ancient iPhone playing the game this time:

Stoker-London.png


18 St Leonard's Terrace, Chelsea, London, SW3 4QG, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/blue-plaques/bram-stoker/

You'll miss this attraction, however:

Army-Museum-Challenger.png


- you unlucky people!

maximus otter
You must have been very charitable to that homeless man,he looks delighted.
 
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