Plaque

Blackheath Station

Blackheath Station Blackheath Station

Erection date: 30/7/1999

Inscription

Blackheath Station opened for passenger traffic on Monday July 30 1849. To mark the anniversary of the event this plaque was unveiled on Friday July 30 1999 by Mr Geoff Harrison-Mee Managing Director Connex.
Sponsored by the Blackheath Preservation Trust
 

Site: Blackheath Station (1 memorial)

SE3, Blackheath Station, Platform 1

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

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Blackheath Station

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Blackheath Station

Railway station served by trains from London and the North Kent and Bexleyhea...

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Blackheath Station

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Blackheath Preservation Trust

One of the oldest building preservation trusts in the United Kingdom. It was ...

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Connex

Full name Connex South Eastern. Train operators in the south-east of England,...

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Geoff Harrison-Mee

Director of transport systems in Ireland, Qatar and the much reviled Connex r...

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