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Memorial

Bank Station WW2 bomb Bank Station - Blitz and modernisation

Plaque: Bank Station WW2 bomb

Erection date: 11/1/2017

Inscription

{Above the London Underground roundel:}
In remembrance of the fifty six people who were killed at this station during the Blitz on the night of 11th January 1941.

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.

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Bank Station WW2 bomb

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