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Paddington Station's centenary Paddington Station's centenary

Credit for this entry to:
Bob Baker

Plaque: Paddington Station's centenary

Erection date: 29/5/1954

Inscription

1854 - 1954
This plaque was unveiled on 29th May 1954 to commemorate the centenary of Paddington Station, designed and built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, engineer of the Great Western Railway.
{The plaque incorporates a bronze relief of Brunel, in his top hat and big bow tie, with the arches of Paddington Station behind.}

Site: Paddington Station's centenary (1 memorial)

W2, Departures Road, Paddington Station, Platform 1

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Paddington Station's centenary

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Paddington Station centenary

London terminus for Great Western Railways since 1838. The current station w...

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Isambard Kingdom Brunel

Civil engineer. Born Portsea, Hampshire. Constructions include: Great Western...

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Paddington Station's centenary

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E. R. Bevan

Sculptor active in 1954.

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Morris Singer Foundry

Founded by John Webb Singer as the Frome Art Metal Works. They cast some of t...

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