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Wednesday 24 June 2015 10.54am
1988: Sale of County Hall


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Wednesday 24 June 2015 10.55am
1988 - Rough sleepers on South Bank


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Wednesday 24 June 2015 10.58am
1987: Young Vic reopens after refurbishment
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Wednesday 24 June 2015 11.01am
c 1991: Roupell Street



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Wednesday 24 June 2015 11.02am
c 1991: Cornwall Road



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Friday 26 June 2015 7.44pm
c. 1991 Lower Marsh market



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Friday 26 June 2015 7.45pm
1987: Nurses at St Thomas' Hospital hold protest against cuts



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Friday 26 June 2015 7.46pm
1988: Thomas the Tank Engine and celebrities at St Thomas' Hospital



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Saturday 10 October 2015 11.42am
1984 - demolition of Blackfriars Railway Bridge


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Saturday 10 October 2015 1.01pm
1981 - GLC's Thamesday on the South Bank



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