Plaque

Roundhouse

Inscription

Camden Roundhouse
A rare early railway engine shed, operated 1847 - 1855 and made obsolete as locomotives outgrew its turntable.
For further information visit: www.transportheritage.com
Transport Trust
Transport Heritage Site

The web page given on the plaque plots 900 British transport heritage sites on a map and provides information about each one.

Site: Roundhouse (1 memorial)

NW1, Chalk Farm Road, outside Camden Roundhouse

We've slightly extended our normal square photo format to include the Gormley guard on the roof.

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Roundhouse

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Camden Roundhouse

Built to service trains using Euston, London's first railway terminus. It bec...

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