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St Andrew Mission (Former), Waghorn Street, Peckham now Rosicrucian

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Built as a Mission to St John in 1902 but declared redundant as early as 1932 and sold in 1948. The architect is not recorded.  It is now a Rosicrucian meeting hall.


2 Comments

  1. Steve Dempsey says:

    Isn’t this in Waghorn St, like the sign on the building? Also it’s SE15 which makes in Peckham. Also on the Amorc website: https://amorc.org.uk/activities/london-peckham

    • zoothorn says:

      Yes it is on the corner but the entrance is in Waghorn Street and happy to go with Peckham, thanks for commenting.

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