Pudding Lane EC3, London by Jamie Barras, via Flickr, where the Great fire of London started in a bakery in 1666

Pudding Lane, London, where the Great fire of London started in a bakery in 1666 Photo by Jamie Barras

Cute poem about the Great fire of London - 1666

A funny and educational story poem about The Great Fire of London for kids.

Samuel Pepys wrote about the Great Fire of London in his diary on 2 September, 1666.

Samuel Pepys writing about the Great Fire of London in his diary on 2 September, Me and Leo read this - brilliant visual description, plus personal feelings - what more could a writer possibly do!

The Great Fire of London (September 1666) with Ludgate and Old St Paul’s, c.1670, English, artist unknown.

Great Fire of London,with Ludgate and Old St.Paul's-Ludgate in flames,with St Paul's Cathedral in the distance (square tower without the spire) now catching flames.Oil painting by anonymous artist,

The Great Fire of London, 1666. Brief account of what happened,and why.

The Great Fire of London 1666 - Carts were in short supply and soon offering their services for in today's money)

Pudding Lane in the City of London where the Great Fire of London started in 1666 and The Monument to it

Pudding Lane in the City of London where the Great Fire of London started in 1666 and The Monument to it

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