Travelling Keystone

The Keystone is an architectural item that is produced by the use of the square and compasses in its design. The Provincial Travelling Keystone is an inter-lodge visiting vessel, a rallying point and symbol of fraternal goodwill — take part in the Keystone’s journey and extend your Masonic family.

Any Lodge can plan a raid on the Lodge that is in possession to make a claim on the Travelling Keystone and take it back to their Lodge to put proudly on display.

Full details on this scheme can be found in the leaflet here.

Lodge Name Lodge No.
54 Gallipoli 1984
53 Italia 1467
52 Mahajan 1856
51 Thea Sinensis 1074
50 St Johns Wood 1124  
49 Panmure 139
48 Piscator 1363
47 Onslow 361
46 St John’s Wood 1124
45 Mapesbury 1105
44 Brixton 234
43 Thistle 8
42 New Era 176
41 Polytechnic 1071
40 Foundation 921
39 Keystone 107
38 Roentgen Portal 1767
37 Maguncor 833
36 Alliance & Memorial 652
35 Abernethy 569
34 Pro Minimis 1160
33 Onslow 361
32 Orchestral 1534
31 Sydenham
30 Friendship From Service 1313
29 Woodard 1265
28 Dramatic 487
27 Mincheden Oak 1152
26 London West Africa 1457
25 Golden Square 856
24 London East Africa 1604
23 Barnet Mark Well 897
22 Semper Fidelis 1473
21 Old Kent 9004
20 Carnarvon
19 Mallet & Chisel 5
18 Fitzroy 815
17 Mahajan 1856
16 Memorial 652
15 Thea Sinensis 1074
14 Centenary 1200
13 Panmure 139
12 Composite 802
11 Royal Naval 239
10 Keystone 107
9 Prince of Wales 4
8 St Marks 1
7 Savage Club 469
6 King Solomon 385
5 Royal Colonial Institute 728
4 Highgate 1909
3 Ubique 411
2 University of London 1389
1 Horus 633
Cookie settings