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Memorial

Greenwich Station Greenwich Station

Credit for this entry to:
Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

Plaque: Greenwich Station

Inscription

{Rectangular plaque:}
Greenwich Station opened 24th December 1838. The eastern terminus of London's first railway.

{Circular plaque, around a drawing of the viaduct and St James's Bermondsey church, above a shield and a banner:}
London and Greenwich Railway, 1838

Site: Greenwich Station (1 memorial)

SE10, Greenwich High Road, Greenwich Railway Station - ticket office

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Greenwich Station

Information Subjects commemorated

72548

Greenwich Station

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49866

London and Greenwich Railway

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