Plaque   

Bank Station modernisation

Bank Station - Blitz and modernisation Bank Station modernisation

Erection date: 21/10/1997

Inscription

{Between the London Underground roundel and the Corporation of London crest:}
This plaque marks the completion of the modernisation of the subway and concourse areas of Bank Station carried out by London Underground Limited in collaboration with the Corporation of London.
Unveiled by the Rt. Hon. The Lord Mayor, Alderman Sir Roger Cork, 21.10.1997.

Site: Bank Station - Blitz and modernisation (2 memorials)

EC4, Queen Victoria Street, Bank tube station

Mike Ashworth of TfL kindly notified us that this Blitz plaque had been unveiled. It's one of a set of 5, all listed at Balham Station.

These two plaques are located at the Central line ticket hall, between exits 7 and 8, the nearest entrance from the street being the one at the junction of Walbrook and Queen Victoria Street.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Bank Station modernisation

Subjects commemorated Information

Bank underground station

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Bank Station modernisation

Created by Information

Corporation of the City of London

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Transport for London / London Transport

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Sir Roger Cork

Lord Mayor of London 1996-7.

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Bank Station modernisation

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