Plaque

Spa Road Station - Spa Road

Spa Road Station - Spa Road
Spa Road Station - Spa Road

Erection date: 1986

Inscription

Spa Road Station
London's first railway terminus, opened 1836 by the London & Greenwich Railway, later superseded by London Bridge.
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: Spa Road Station - Spa Road (1 memorial)

SE16, Spa Road, Under Railway Bridge

In the arch beside the plaque is an enlargement of a photograph of the station.

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

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Spa Road Station - Spa Road

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Spa Road Station

A terminus of the London and Greenwich Railway, London's first railway. The o...

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London and Greenwich Railway

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Transport Trust

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