St Mary-at-Lambeth

Introduction (part four)

Jack the Ripper walk (part five)

Jack the Ripper walk (part six)

Mourner's dress

Ruislip Manor

Jack the Ripper walk (part seven)

Egg and cress sandwiches

Design and construction

Barons Court

Hammersmith bridge (part two)

Facts and figures

Ravenscourt Park

Geometric krater painted with a couple and a ship with oarsmen

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All Saints
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All Saints

All Saints is the name of the nearby church which was designed by Charles Hollis and was consecrated in 1823. Until 1817 this was the name of one of parishes of London.

The station was opened on 31 August 1987.

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