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Norwood Junction subway - Station Road Norwood Junction subway - Station Road

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

Plaque: Norwood Junction subway - Station Road

Erection date: 31/7/2012

Inscription

Conceived by borough engineer George Carter and constructed by Robert McAlpine & Sons, Norwood Junction subway, the world's first reinforced underpass.
Opened 31 July 1912
People for Portland Road

Site: Norwood Junction subway - Station Road (2 memorials)

SE25, Station Road

In our photo the subway plaque can be seen above the entrance to the tunnel. The Stanley sign is above the 'public footpath' sign at the end of the railings. There is an identical subway plaque at the other end of the subway.

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Norwood Junction subway - Station Road

Information Subjects commemorated

George Fearnley Carter

George Fearnley Carter was the Borough Engineer for for Croydon.  Grace's Gui...

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Norwood Junction subway

A step-free cut through from one side to the other of Norwood Junction Statio...

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Norwood Junction subway - Station Road

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People for Portland Road

Group which works for the regeneration of Portland Road and its surrounding a...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Norwood Junction subway - Station Road

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William Stanley - Norwood Junction

Welcome to South Norwood home of inventor, engineer and philanthropist, Willi...

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