A statue of a golden dog licking a pot erected in honour of Charles Dickens.
The dog and pot were created and installed as part of the bicentenary of Charles Dickens. Mr Dickens used to walk past this spot in his youth past the original dog which is now held in the Cuming Museum.
UG: Southwark 0.1km
OG: London Waterloo East 0.32km
UG: Waterloo 0.66km
Viewable on the footpath 24 hours a day
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