Greenwich Foot Tunnel - south

Greenwich Foot Tunnel - south Greenwich Foot Tunnel - south

Erection date: /8/1902


This tunnel constructed by the London County Council was opened in August 1902.
Sir John MacDougall Chairman of the Council
Lord Monkswell Vice Chairman
Henry Clarke Deputy Chairman
Col. F. Sheffield Chairman Bridges Comm:
J.E. Sears Vice Chairman Bridges Comm:
Sir Alex R. Binnie M.I.C.E. Maurice Fitzmaurice C.M.G., M.I.C.E. Engrs
W.C. Copperthwaite M.I.C.E. Resident Engineer
J. Cochrane & Sons Contractors.
J. Brown A.M.I.C.E. Contractors Engineer.

There is an identical plaque at the entrance to the tunnel on the north bank of the Thames.

Site: Greenwich Foot Tunnel - south (1 memorial)

SE10, Cutty Sark Gardens

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of

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Greenwich Foot Tunnel - south

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Greenwich Foot Tunnel

Pedestrian tunnel under the Thames designed by Sir Alexander Binnie, linking ...

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J. Cochrane and Sons

Builders active in 1902.

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London County Council

Prior to the LCC London matters were run by church parishes. The LCC was the ...

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Alexander Binnie

Civil engineer.   Born 77 Ladbroke Grove.  Worked in Wales and then India.  R...

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J. Brown


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