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  1. I do not really remember the doors, but remember my London days as a youngster exploring the crypt of St. Pauls with the well known departed. Living in the East End it was not so far away. I believe Poet’s corner is also there. Perhaps these doors are the outside entrance to the crypt. St. Pauls offers many opportunities of exploration.

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      • The City of London was our neighbourhood, living in Bethnal Green and mum would often take me to the varioius sights, especially when I had school holidays. I grew up with it all. The whispering gallery of the dome was another experience I enjoyed.

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