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  • Reason for inclusion: John Openshaw is found dead in the Thames near Waterloo Bridge

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    Description: The first bridge was opened in 1817 but replaced by the current bridge during The Second World War.

    Comment: Openshaw would have crossed the old Wellington Bridge to reach Waterloo Railway Station where he would catch the train to his home. It is possible the representatives of the KKK pushed him off the bridge or pushed him into the Thames when he reached the southern end of the bridge. Stones from the original bridge were shipped to Australia, New Zealand and Zimbabwe

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