Plaque

DLR extension to Lewisham - Greenwich

Docklands Light Railway extension to Lewisham - Greenwich
DLR extension to Lewisham - Greenwich

Erection date: 22/11/1999

Inscription

{Above the CGL Rail and DLR logos:}
Docklands Light Railway Lewisham Extension opened 22 November 1999.
This is part of the cutter head from the front of the tunnel boring machine used to drive the twin tunnels under the River Thames from Island Gardens to Lewisham.

Site: Docklands Light Railway extension to Lewisham - Greenwich (1 memorial)

SE10, Cutty Sark Greenwich DLR Station

The rectangular aluminium plaque is on the cutter head which has been painted in a Union Jack-inspired scheme.

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

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DLR extension to Lewisham - Greenwich

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DLR extension to Lewisham

The Docklands Light Railway was originally opened in 1987 and ran from Tower ...

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DLR extension to Lewisham - Greenwich

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Docklands Light Railway

An automated light metro system, opened in 1987 and extended four times.

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CGL Rail

The City Greenwich Lewisham Rail Link PLC won the concession for the DLR exte...

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