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Memorial

Blackfriars Station Blackfriars Station

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

Plaque: Blackfriars Station

Inscription

These stones were part of the facade of the original Blackfriars Station opened in 1886 when it was the hub for travel to and from many of the business capitals of Europe.

There are 54 stones in total, but it is hard to believe that places like Herne Bay and Sittingbourne were ever business capitals.

Site: Blackfriars Station (1 memorial)

EC4, Queen Victoria Street

We have failed to find a picture of the old station showing these stones in place. If you know of one please let us know.

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Blackfriars Station

Information Subjects commemorated

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Blackfriars Station

The station was opened by the London, Chatham and Dover Railway company with ...

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