3. LONDON City Road - John Wesley's Georgian House and Wesleyan Chapel and 'inmates' of the Bunhill Fields Cemetery!
Cameo Snaphots of the City of London
John Wesley's Georgian House and Chapel in City Road built in 1777 and a place of pilgrimage for many Methodists.
The statue to John Wesley, one of the founding fathers of the Methodist Church - "The World is my Parish"
Bunhill Fields Cemetery, City Road, the burial place of many notables.
The tomb of John Bunyan (1628-1688), author of "A Pilgrims Progress".
The adjacent memorials-tombstones of Daniel Defoe (~1660 to 1731, replica which says De-Foe), author of "Robinson Crusoe" and William Blake (1757-1827), painter and poet, and his wife Catherine Sophia (1762-1831) who he married in 1782.
There is also a good Travelodge near Kings Cross Station in a most attractive building in Farringdon Road
London England docspics images pictures © Phil Brown
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