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London photo, The Lamb Inn, Lamb Conduit Street

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The Lamb, at the top of Lamb Conduit Street, was built around 1720. The inn has nothing to do with sheep - the name remembers William Lamb, a philanthropist who helped bring fresh water to London through the use of extensive conduits, an early form of water pipes!

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