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The Fleet Street Heritage Project
The Fleet Street Heritage Sundial is the public face of the project and is now completed.

The next stage is the development of the information panels and the associated website. We are planning to produce at least 75 information panels, typically of 700 words or so, with two pictures on each panel. Each panel will be linked with a QR code to a parallel sister page on the www.fleetstreetheritage
.com website

.The information panels will be in 3 broad groups. The draft list of subjects is shown below. Panels finished or under active development are starred *. We are asking current newspapers to produce their own text together with a scan of their original masthead and a small section from the first page of the first issue.

The information panels will be made available to local organisations who wish to stage exhibitions. We hope that we will also be able to find local sites for displaying these panels on a long-term basis, and have made some progress with this.

Group 1 - Places, People, History
Group 2 - Past newspapers
Group 2 - Current newspapers

Fleet Street in the 1500s*
Points of intereat/Map*
List of
No 62 Fleet Street*
William Caslon and Typefounders*
Freedom of the Press
Fleet Street in the 1600s
Fleet Street in the 1700s
Fleet Street in the 800s
Fleet Street in the 1900s
Fleet Street today
Clockmaking industry
Thomas Tompion
Magpie Alley
St Dunstan's Church
Temple Church
St Bride's Church

Pall Mall Gazette*
Daily Herald
The Republican*
Morning Post
Daily Courant
News Chronicle
Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper*
Morning Chronicle
Daily Post
Black Dwarf
Poor Man's Guardian
Reynolds News
Saturday Review
Empire News
Workers Dreadnought
Children's Newspaper
Daily Worker
Daily Telegraph*
Sunday Times*
The Times *
Evening Standard
Financial Times
Daily Mail
Daily Express
Daily Mirror
Sunday Express
Sunday Mirror
Sunday Telegraph
Morning Star