Plaque

Harrow & Wealdstone Station

Inscription

Harrow & Wealdstone Station
Opened by London and Birmingham Railway, 20.7.1837. Rebuilt by London and North-Western Railway 1875 (down-side), 1910-12 (up-side). Junction for Stanmore Branch 1890-1964.
Harrow Heritage Trust

Site: Harrow & Wealdstone Station (2 memorials)

HA3, The Bridge, Harrow & Wealdstone Station, north entrance

Inside the station are two other plaques which we've transcribed but they are too dull to warrant the full treatment:
Dull plaque 1: This plaque was unveiled by Tony McNulty, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Transport and MP for Harrow East on Friday 11th July 2003 to commemorate the refurbishment of Harrow & Wealstone station through an innovative partnership between Silverlink, Network Rail, The Railway Heritage Trust, English Heritage and The London Borough of Harrow.
Dull plaque 2: The London Underground Award presented to Railtrack Midlands for Harrow & Wealdstone Station by Her Royal Highness the Princess Royal. National Railway Heritage Awards.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Harrow & Wealdstone Station

Subjects commemorated i

London and Birmingham Railway

Built the first intercity line into London (Euston), opened in sections, 1837...

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London and North Western Railway

Formed by the amalgamation of the Grand Junction Railway, London and Birmingh...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Harrow & Wealdstone Station

Created by i

Harrow Heritage Trust

A trust set up with the objectives of encouraging artists and architects of b...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Harrow & Wealdstone Station

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Harrow rail crash

Harrow rail crash

Unveiled by the mayor of Harrow, Councillor John Branch, to mark the 50th ann...

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