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New Cross Stadium

New Cross Stadium hosted speedway and greyhound racing and stood at the heart of sporting life south of the Thames for many years.

Queen’s Club at War

This viewpoint examines the history of one of London’s best known sporting venues during the Second World War through eye-witness accounts.

Marshall Street Baths

This viewpoint looks at the historic Marshall Street Baths and its role in hosting international swimming galas during the Second World War.

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