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Old 09-02-2018, 09:54 AM
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Hi Found a picture book at boot sale today called "A Cockney Camera" There was this picture of London Detectives at Westminster Abbey in 1897. No Idea who they are though....

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That's a nice find. Is the Abbey in the City area or the Met?
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That's a nice find. Is the Abbey in the City area or the Met?
I'd have thought that Westminster Abbey would be in Met territory.
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Westminster Abbey came under the Mets A Division jurisdiction.

The article alludes to a special division created purely for the Jubilee, however I think that there is confusion with O Division, which only came into existence during coronations.

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'A' Division, 22 King Street, March 1889.

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Not the station dog in the window.

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