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Nine Elms Motive Power

Inscription

SR
Nine Elms Motive Power
In memory of the men of this depot who died by enemy action, 1939 - 1945.
{A list of 14 names in alphabetical sequence}

Southern Railway (SR on the plaque) lost their ownership of Waterloo when the railways were nationalised in 1948 so the plaque was probably erected sometime during 1945 - 48, at the depot and moved here after the depot closed in 1967. A beautifully engineered plaque.

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SE1, Waterloo Station

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