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Metropolitan Community Church in East London

The Metropolitan Community Church in East London is based in London, England, and is part of the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches. It was formed by a group of worshippers from Metropolitan Community Church of North London who wished to have a church presence in the East end of the City.

Beckton DLR station

Train calling at platform 1, not normally used off-peak (date: Nov. 2006 - note older all-white signage)

East Ham tube station

The station has two platforms, one for each direction. A third bay platform on the northern side of the station, closed in 1958, connected to the Tottenham and Forest Gate Railway (now the Gospel Oak to Barking line) via a curve. LT&SR services, withdrawn in 1962, used platforms to the south of the current station. Much of the original Victorian station architecture has been retained and some restoration work was carried out during 2005.

St John's Gate, Clerkenwell

The Gentleman's Magazine, May 1759, with front page illustration of St John's Gate

London Charterhouse

The London Charterhouse is a historic complex of buildings in Smithfield, London dating back to the 14th century. It occupies land to the north of Charterhouse Square. The Charterhouse began as (and takes its name from) a Carthusian priory, founded in 1371 and dissolved in 1537. Substantial fragments remain from this monastic period, but the site was largely rebuilt after 1545 as a large courtyard house. Thus, today it "conveys a vivid impression of the type of large rambling 16th century mansion that once existed all round London" (The Buildings of England).[1] The Charterhouse was further altered and extended after 1611, when it became an almshouse and school, endowed by Thomas Sutton. The almshouse (a home for gentleman pensioners) still occupies the site today under the name Sutton's Hospital in Charterhouse.

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