Sunday 14 December 2008 11.50am
The Lions were from the old Lion Brewery, which was
on the site of the Festival Hall.
The Coade Stone Manufactory was a hundred yards furter south on Narrow Wall (later Belevedere Road).
I think it is the plot shown as a slateworks in the 1872 Ordnance Survey map, so it is either the southernmost bit of the current Hungerford car park or the northernmost part of Jubilee Garden next to Belvedere Road
Somewhat confusingly, the volume of the Survey of London now published www.british-history.ac.uk has more pictures of the Coade showroom on Westminster Bridge Road
than of the manufactory.