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THE little-known birthplace of the welly boot and the traffic cone is to get a new lease of life after being threatened with demolition for years.
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About half way along the proposed route of the Peckham Coal Line, right next to one of the most remarkable Victorian brick arches in the area, can be found the headquarters of DBR Limited, a company specialising in the conservation and restoration… 8 more words
“ Coal fuelled Britain’s industrial revolution from the late-18th century. It also fired the so-called second industrial revolution when new technologies like electricity and electrical communications propelled us into the 20th century.” 8 more words