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Surrey Iron Railway Company - Croydon Surrey Iron Railway Company - Croydon

Plaque: Surrey Iron Railway Company - Croydon

Inscription

Surrey Iron Railway Company 1801
{At the centre is an image of a draped female holding a metal wheel on a short piece of track supported from beneath by a figure who pulls a laden cart. Around the lady's feet are a jug spilling its contents and possibly a representation of a factory.}

Site: Surrey Iron Railway Company - Croydon (1 memorial)

CR9, Church Street, 120

The Croydon Guardian tells about this building being home to the 144-year old family furniture business House of Reeves.  Riots in Summer 2011 caused this building to be burnt down.  After demolition this plaque, first erected in 2005, was found in the rubble and it was re-erected in October 2011. 

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Surrey Iron Railway Company - Croydon

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Surrey Iron Railway Company

A transport system from London to Portsmouth was needed, either a canal or a ...

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Surrey Iron Railway Company - Croydon

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Alan Cuttie

As head of Wandle Valley mapping project he erected the plaque in 2005 and th...

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