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Piccadilly’s listed porter’s rest stolen?

A Grade II-listed ‘porter’s rest’ has disappeared from the streets of London’s busy west end.

A Grade II-listed ‘porter’s rest’ has disappeared from the streets of London’s busy west end. Westminster Council states that it did not remove it so theft seems a possibility. After its disappearance, a petition was quickly set up asking Westminster Council to reinstate it.

The Victorian Society is asking the public to come forward with any information that might help bring the porter’s rest back to Piccadilly.  

Friday 27 March, 2015

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