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English physician (1624-1689)

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After the Great Exhibition, the original Crystal Palace was dismantled and in 1854 a larger version was erected on Sydenham Hill in Penge, easily accessible from central London by train.
45pm Southeastern service from London Victoria to Rochester split from the rear five cars as it left Sydenham Hill station.
As the train service between Victoria and Sydenham Hill, near South Dulwich, took on the appearance of half-hourly raceday specials, a full house of around 500 people, including several standing, paid tribute to an administrator whose popularity stretched way beyond the normal boundaries of a professional career.
This has happened in Sydenham, so close to Ruskin's home, where houses grew up around both railways and the Crystal Palace, re-erected (even bigger) on the top of Sydenham Hill in 1854.
The images show the palace after it was relocated from Hyde Park, central London, where it hosted the Great Exhibition in 1851, to Sydenham Hill, south-east London.